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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1905)
THE MORNING ASTORUN, AbT01UA,OnK(10N
SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1905.
Islands ports on an equnl f mi ting with
coast ports, and sailors consider this
about) right, Inasmuch as It takes llttl
more time to make the run between
this port and Honolulu than to make
the distance between southern Cali
fornia ports and the Columbia river.
At the late lumber ta being shipped
by water these days, the demand for
sailors Is pretty brisk, and as tew
deep water men are being brought In
by foreign square riggers, competent
men find little trouble getting bertha
All Goods Marked In Plain Figi res
One Price to All.
Gompers Advocates Giving Finan
Modification of Regulations Sug
gested By United SUtes.
The Store Where Satisfaction is the Prime
Factor in All Dealing.
CO INTO EFFECT THIS YEAR
RIVER SERVICE IS CRIPPLED
Nay Be of Interest to. People Uving in
Belgium, England) and Ckiaa.and
Som Parts of th United SUHs,
But Poker Is Moro Popular,
Boston, May 5. James D. Wright,
president of the United State National
Lawn Tennis Association, has r
celved 4 cablegram from O. R. New
burn, secretary of the English Lawn
Tennis Association, conveying the In
formal i(gi that tit ma flcUoni to
the regulations suggested by tht Unit.
d States National Lawn Tennis Asso
ciation have been practically agreed
to. . , . - . -
8ome time ago the English Lawn
Tennis Association submited certain
proposed changes to France, Belgium
and the United SUtes and the United
States assiclatlon, in turn, made cer
tain suggestions. One of the prin
cipal changes suggested by the Eng
lish association was to do away wi.h
the necessity of 21 days notice of the
names of members of a team and also
In the case of a team of four men, ot
the events in which they would take
This change was acceptable to the
United States association, but there
was doubt as to whether the changes
would be agreed to by th several as
sociations In time- to take effect this
year. It would appear that .this year's
comrpftot) at Wimbledon, England',
must be played under the new rules.
This being the case, a team of four
men undoubtedly will be sent by the
United States National Lawn Tennis
RAISE IN WAGES,
Sailors Will Reeeive An Increase en
Sailors going off shore on American
toottcams will receive an increase In
wages, If the rules adopted by the
Sailors' union meets with the approval
of shipowners. An advance of $5 a
month has been declared, and from
now on wages to China will be S30 a
month: to Manila. 135; and MO to the
Hawai!aj Jslandft ThW pfaces the
Candy stores draw every stranger who
comes to New York City. Huyler"s
factory is famous the world over for
good confections and ' chocolate,
Most of our regular customers de
mand "Huyler's" for home use. Every
new customer likes the brand. We
have just received a shipment
Hurler's Chocolate Powder, delic
ious, ready to serve, made from pure
cocoa, sugar and cream, !t tin 40c
Huyler's Caracas Cocos, makes a de
licious drink for breakfast or supper,
quickly prepared, R tins, just the
right size for a trial, 15c
The Same In lb tins, 30c
Huyler's Vanilla Chocolate, delic
ious for eating or drinking, In Kit)
Huyler's Unsweetened Chocolate, for
baking and cooking, In Ib cakes1,
Huyler's Washington Taffy, an orig
inal old-fashioned candy, in Tb
Prompt delivery anywhere. Tele
phone orders receive best attention.
Special new feature: Dally delivery In
Uppertown. Solicitor will call when
A. V. ALLEN
THE QUALITY GROCER
Tenth and Commercial Streets.
May disturb your temper. A little
shower may do worse. It may ruin
the trimming on your hat,
That's the time, our expeijt trimmers
will be able to help you recover your
temper. At a reasonable price, too,
these repairs are made here.
New and dressy hats constantly ar
riving, to take the place of those 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.
STAR THEATER BLDQ, ASTORIA.
The steamer Alliance Is due today
from Eureka and Coos Bay.
The steamer Redondo' sailed yester
day for San Francisco with a full car-
Tht steamer Acme sailed yesterday
for San Francisco, She carried a oar
go ot JOO.OOO feet ot lumber.
The steamer Roanoke sailed yester
day for 8an Pedro via Coos Bay and
San .Francisco. She had a full cargo
of freight and a large passenger list
S. Reael and Mrs. M. D. Cutlet were
among the passengers from Astoria.
The gasoline schooner Delia arrived
yesterday fiora Nestucca with a cargo
ot farm produota
The schooner Hugh Hogan arrived
at San Francisco yesterday. '
Tacorna, San Francisco 3. Tacoma I.
Seattle, Portland 0, Seattle S.
San Francisco, Oakland 3, "Los An
Detroit Southern Purchases Ann
Arbor Branch . . .
OVER INABILITY TO COMBINE
A New Directorate Will Be Shortly
Announced and Competing Ltnes
Will Probably Be Amalgamated in
Order to Reduce Expenses.
New Tork. May 5. It la stated by
the Herald that the recent purchase
of the Ann Arbor railroad from the
Wabash interests was for the Detroit
Southern and that the two lines short
ly will be merged. While the owner
ship and management of the Ann Ar
bor and Detroit Southern will be dis
tinct from the Cincinnati, Hamilton ft
Dayton system, similar Interests are
Identified with both systems. InablN
Ity to combine them is due to the fact
that the Detroit Southern and Cincin
nati. Hamilton & Dayton are parallel
A harmonious working arrangement
will, It is added, be entered into by
the two systems. The Detroit South
ern will thus enter Toledo over the
tracks of the Cincinnati Hamilton ft
A new directorate will shortly be
announced for the Ann Arbor road.
The . line runs from Toledo, O., to
Frankfort, Mich., a distance of 292
miles. It also operates steam trans
fers on Lake Michigan, between Frank
fort and Kewanee, Wis., and Meno
minee and Gladstone and Malnlstlque,
Mich. The Detroit Southern operates
553 miles from Detroit to Iron ton, O.
O. F. Robinson Kansas City.
W. Rosenthall, San Francisco.
J. Fergen, San Francisco.
J. M. Berry, St Louis. '
T, Colman, Portland.
M. E. Denver, Warrenton.
F. O. Robinson, Portland.
L. Bergswick, Portland.
John F. Enqulst, Portland.
W. Graham, Ilwaco.
Bert Graham, Ilwaco.
E. S. Stevens, Nahcotta.
J, M. Joseph, City,
C. CarmlcaL Seaside.
F. J. Ford, City.
A. D. Smith, Tillamook.
W. G. Cox, Portland.
J. A. Towdeler, New Tork.
A. Becker, City.
N. J. Wellborn, City. 4
W. E. Knight, Nehalem. '
Theo. Bergomoney, Portland.
J. Jones and wife, New Tork.
Louis B. Slice. Black Diamond.
W. T. McCann, Portland. "
Nick Over berg, Deep River.
F. Gustafsen, Portland.
W. Grayson, Portland.
Charles Toung, City. 'r
The price of a pretty face Is 11.00
three packages of Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea. Brings red Hps, bright
eyes and l'.rely color. 15 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Frank Hart's drug store.
All the Principal Wholesale Heuese In
Chioago Have Been Boycotted by the
Teamsters? Union, But ArV Deliver
ing Goods Without Much trouble.
Chicago, May (.Additions to the
number of teamsters on strike will ag
gregate nearly 100 today. The new
strikers are confined to individual con
cerna chiefly wholesale grocery houses.
All the principal wholesale grocery
firms In the city art now under the
ban of the teamsters, and the dlmin.
Ishlng stocks In the retail stores are
further placed In jeopardy.
The union leaders also threaten to
tie up the river service by calling out
the tugmen and thus, add more diffi
culties to the transfer of goods from
the grocery warehouses. Union tug
men repoted that several large con
cerns were utilising the river route to
It Is learned that President Samuel
Gompers of the American Federation
of Labor has recommended to his ex
ecutive board that they vote an as
sessment for the striking teamsters In
The teamsters strike has attracted
many labor leaders from all .over the
country, among whom la P.' H. Mc
Carthy of San Francisco. John L.
Lennon .treasurer of the American
Federation of Labor, also la In Chi
cago. Cleared for Action.
Blood poison creeps up towards the
heart causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plalne, Minn., writes that a
Mend," dreadfully Injured) his hand.
friend dreadfully Injured his hand,
which swelled up like blood poisoning.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve drew out the
poison, healed the wound, and saved
his Ufa Best In the world tor burns
and sorea ZSo at Cha. Rogers drug
The Joy of Eating
is common to all humanity tin tfl
the organs go wrong then joy
is turned to sorrow and food
does the body little or no good.
If you would return to the
ability to enjoy food nso
8old Everywhere, Ia boxes 10c and c
of diamonds on credit enables
you to select the finest diamonds
watches and Jewelry and pay
for tliem, as you' can spare the
solid gold, open-face, Swiss
watch $10 12.60 down, you
take the watch, balance In small
Astoria Loan Office,
and LOAN BROKERS,
111 Commercial street.
Steamers MELVILLE, JORDAN, VAN
GUARD, ECLIPSE, WENONA and
TOWING, FREIGHTING AND EX
CURSIONS. STEAMER JORDAN
Leave Astoria I p. m. dally except
Sunday. Sunday 4 p. m. '
Leave- Deep River 7:45 a, m. dally ex
cept Sunday. Saturday I p. m
Leaves Callender Dock for Cathlam-
ot and Way Landings Dally, except
Sunday, at I p. m.
Friday, t, 10:10.
Saturday, 6, 11.
Monday, 8, 12:15.
Tuesday, 1,1. "
Wednesday, 10, 1:80.
Thursday, 11, 1 A. M.
Friday, 12, I: JO. "
Saturday, IS, 4.
C. H. CALLENDER, Manager.
To undersell in Driccs and raise the standards of merchandise in wearing
apparel for men and boys 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
eople. No deception or class catering has ever been countenanced by this estab
ishment. 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 westers Oregon.
will find us prepared with the most select, all new stock of stylish suits ever
shown in the city.
The ' Stein-Bloch Co's. choicest offerings, and a vast showing of America's
greatest wholesale Jtailors 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, Danziger &Co.V
Yotitig Men's Suits.
This department 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 iul!y satisfy his parents. Danziger & Co 's low prices prevail in this de
The hat that looks right on your head is the hat that you should wear. Our
hat department is sure to give you satisfaction.
We sell the kind that fit, wear and satisfy at the right prices.
All the fixings that men and boys require can be found here in the latest styles
and most endless variety.
Trade.with Danziger & Co. and you'll always be satisfied.
. i . .
Something entirely re win box pa
per. A fine quality linen lawn paper.
14 sheets and envelopes to match, but
with "Astoria Orecoa" printed In best
grade of Blue Ing la Old English type
35c per box
and the price?
really less than you pay for an ordin
ary box of paper.
J. N. GRIFFIN
Show window full of thsm.
You will enjoy serving tea from
one of our many styles ot tea
pots. They are pretty and very
serviceable, some are quite
dainty and will please the most
Won't you stop In and exam
Ine the .line? They range In
price from 20 cents to $1.25 each.
626 Commercial Street, Aitorl
f At that ''""'"I
Clothiers. 490500 Commercial St.
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINE.
Simple and Sellable. Latest Cot.
Sizes 1 to 10 II. P., Blnfrl
'Sizes 5 to 40 II. II., Double
row cylinders; order to ioo.'morsei power.
PRAEL 0 EIGNER TRANSFER CO.
' ' Telephone 22L
D RAYING 8 EXPRESSING
All goods shipped toour care will receive special attention.
709-715 Ceoimefcial Street.
Um Mi to Ctt Oat
Mors Power with Law
L'm Um (Uiollno.
Vniw pM Cos.
Any Spud from 100
lo 1000 nvolutJoni
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