Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1905)
FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1005.
THE MOHNINO A STOMA K, ASTORIA, OREGON.
" 1 A NEW LINE OF .
Van DyRe Enameledware
The kind all good housekeepers use.
Easy to clean, it does not chip and is a
' thing of beauty for it adds to the
appearance of any kitchen. We'll be 1
pleased to show the goods and give prices.
ROSS, HIGGINS . Co.
Star Theater, Vaudeville
Lr . Lodgt Mtttlngi Tanlght
Womtn'g Relief Corp,
begr of Pochanta.
Knight, of Pytblfti. Amor lodg.
Eton of Herman, Toutonlt lodg.
Woodman of th World.
Hi th water Olympla Br.
Ito, Hlggln A Co. hev toll out
their branch ior In Seattl.
JLIndentMrger yesterday announced
lhl ho would pay cents for Inrg
Chinook salmon, An advanc of half
Among the passenger on the Elmore
ypitvriliiy morning was John McCue,
who g lo Tillamook on a trip of In
spection. R. M. Oaslon carrlto a full tin of
farm Implements alo wagons, bug
Ilea and farming toola of all kind.
105 Fourteenth (treat.
Farmer from th country report
that rain la needed fr the gras and
the Indication are that haying will
b nearly a month late thla year.
Fred Nelson, who haa Wen Portland
the pa at two weeks for hla health I
reported a Improving and expect to
return to Aatorla In few days.
The Owl flavoring extracts are con
Iderod th beat anj strongest by an
who har used them. Ask for the Owl
at your grocers and take no ether.
Tillamook City Is building a new
water ayatem and a turns amount of
wooden pipe was taken there on the
Klmor and more will be taken on the
A series of revival meetings will b
commenced In Astoria next week, led
by Uev. Mr. Toy. a prominent evan
gelist and pulpit orator, aeaUted by
Mr. Dickson. t
Th Fortlnnd Journal, the yellow
journal with th anarchist beadlinea.
Is selling the paper on the streets for
2 cents. An eaborbltant price, consld
erlng the Quality.
Amon the tmssenger that arrived
down lnt evening were the following:
O. C. Fulton, D. M. Stuart, W. J.
Ingalls, Cant. Mathews, C. A. Camp-
bell and U Herring. ,
Frank JoIuihoii UU-il at the bospllal
yesterda morning of typhoid fever
after a short Illness, He had only
been In Aatorla a short time and It Is
not known that he had any rela.lves
In thla section.
The Methodist church wa crowded
laat evening to listen to th program
prepared by th Epworth League. The
entertainment ww successful In every
particular and was enjoyed by the
large audlenc present.
Twenty conductors and their fami
lies enjoyed th day at Seaside yes
terday, returning to Astoria on last
evening's train, A banquet was ten
dered them last evening at Holler's.
They vlslUrd th Star theater last
evening and will return to Portland
Qovemor Chamberlain yesterday la-
sued a proclamation designating
Thursday, June 1, as a legal holiday
In Oregon. It I the day set for the
opening of the Lewis and Clark fair.
President RooveU will touch the
button In Washington, which will set
th machinery In motion.
R. M. Leathers states that over 100
Ashing boats have been built In Asto
rla since last November. He ha built
30 at hla boat house and ship yard,
besides building a number of steam
ers. Krnployment la given to a large
number of men and It Is qui'. an Im
portant Industry In Astoria.
Th -liiterprleliiit clUi H elt
on a goods boa in nom or in iure
and waits for a Job Isn't squandering a
bit more time than the merchant In
side the stor who don't advertise.
Police Officer Jesse Llndley returned
from a business trip to Ht. Johns Wed
nesday night, where he has been for
a week. He has made arrangements
to go Into business there and will re
sign from th Astoria polite force.
Th lies restaurant, on Eleventh
strl, I considered th family restau
rant of Astoria, Th best meal and
the best wrvlc In Astoria, 120 Eleven,
Ther was llttl change In the eal
mon fiahlng yesterday. A few brought
In a fair catch, whll others reported
very few. All th fish are larger In
sis than usual so that the fishermen
are doing a well financially a they
did during th corresponding season
The musical concert to be given to
night by the Astoria High School
promises to be a grand success and a
large ut tendance Is assured. An ex
cellent program" ha been arranged.
As the adinlaalon is only 10 cents and
the proceeds are for the baseball team.
It Is deserving of a Ductal patronage
The reason why most of the people
walk on th north de of Commercial
street between Rightly and Ninth U on
account of some horrible ca'natrophe
thnt must l.ave befallen some member
of the Masonic fraternity. A build
Ing painted In Irish mourning Is pro
ductive of acquiring the habit of strong
Seiner up th river report fair
catches, but not enough to pay th
running expenses of the grounds. Th
MOIer Sand Seining Company will
start up next Monday. Oeorge Kabo'h
is getting his grounds In readlnens and
expect to reeum operation In a
The Tongue Point Lumber Company
saw mill haa broken the record In
the -past two day Tuesday 1(1,000
feet of lumber was cut In 10 hours.
and Wednesday 171,000 feet were cut,
The mill Is being run to It fullest ca
pacity In order to fill the order re-
reived. Several cara are loaded dally
and schooners ar arriving every week
to load lumber for shipment
Mrs. F. A. Filter ha returned from
N. Fty of Eureka I registered at
th Parker. " j
B. F. Law of Lyl, Wash., I visit
ing In this city.
W. S, Phillip of Portland I Visit
ing In th cty.
A. Zurich of New Tork Is registered
at the Occident
A, S. Froslld of geaald was In the
C. C. Hall of Portland I registered
at th Occident
Jaa. E. Mllllken of Portland was In
th city yesterday.
F. D. Keutner and wife spent ye.
terday In Portland.
C. A. Paulson of Minneapolis Is In
th city on business.
J. H. Walker of Por.land Is regis
tered at the Occident
Peti;r Wetset of Oneida was In the
city yesterday on business,
B. Fleufcenstetn of Portland was In
th city yesterday on business, '
W. J. Zimmerman of Portland reg
istered at the Occident yesterday.
8. L. Nanthrup returned from a busi
ness trip to Portland last night ,
J. C. McDonald of Ban Francisco
was among the arrivals In Astoria yes
W. F. Cllmore of the Morse Depart
ment store Is confined to hi home with
High School Program.
Thl evening the baseball team of
the high school will give a musical so
cial In the anxembly hall. The pro
gram th,u has been prepared la an ex
cellent one and undoubtedly should
draw a large crowd. The price of ad
mission Is 10 cents. The program 1
Selection .... High School Orchestra
Vocal Solo Jame Vernon
MI Pauline KIrchoff
Vocal Solo Miss Amy Rannells
Instrumental Duet Violin and
Cello, Miss Lois Barker and
Misses Maude Ross and Mary Adair
Vocal Solo Mr. Rivea Emerson
Misses Emma Shedd and Louis
Selection .... High Scliool Orchestra
Last Week ,of Our
Great May Sale
The past week has made hundreds happy. We arc
going to make others happy this wee:. We want
you to be among the number. Attend this May
sale and we know the money you'll save an pur
chases will make you happy.
Window Shades new Boys Shoes ' :
' colors, fall kugtl, 20c ' ' ' mtih ilM at 95t
sunat otiss goods ;;
' Knicker Suitings ,. ' . 1
20c value at 15c Ladies Wash Suits
worth $3.00 at $2.25 :
Crepe Cloth ' . , . ' 1;
20c value at 15c ' Ladies Walking Skirts
: ; . worth $3.00 at $.95
Scotch Lawns '' .','..
best lawns. 4 l-2c Ladies Satine Petticoat
r' worth $2.00 at $!.45
Red Table Linen ' '
58 inches wide 19c .UdiesSuir -' ;
. worth $12.50 at $730
All Silk Ribbon Men's Suits
30 grades at 15c worth $15.00 at $750 .
Morse Department Store.
, 508-510 Commercial Street
Mail orders solicited. New Idea Patterns 10c
We are now showing! a number of
elegant pieces of
IN WEATHERED OAK.
Which we have recently received
direct from the east.
,SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
CHAS. HEILBORN SON
Complete House Furnishers.
lit speaking of th suit brought
against him by Road Supervisor
mount to collect a poll tax, George
Kuboth says that he ntver refused t?
pay the tax, but It often happen that
a person has no change when ankd
for payment. He Is Inclined to the
opinion th.it the road supervisor win
a Utile pfMimture, and It is probable
Unit the Justice looked upon It In the
sume light aa th case was dismissed
Epworth League Entertainment.
Lack of repor'.orlal fore prevent
ed a complete wrlteup of the magnlfi
oent musical entertainment given by
the Epworth League at-the Methodist
church last evening. Suffice It to say,
each ano everyone acquitted thm
selves mM creditably. Miss Larsen's
rendition on th vlollnl and) Mia
Fowler's vocal solos were the gems
of the evening. The other participants
are deserving of special mention for
tho excellence of the proaram. The
Epworth League received many econl
urns of praise for the success of the
entertainment which waa enjoyed by
a moat enthusiastic audience.
A. 8. P.iulnon. who In known In Aa
toitn, has drought a suit In Portland
lu recover buck his home which he
traded to Bumuel Bwanson for some
timber lands near Chehall. Wash.
When he traded, he was Informed that
her was 24.000.000 feet of fin tim
ber on li, and he took swanson's
word for !t. Later he went to look at
tha iclalm ' and dlcovered that the,
only way he could reach It was by a
balloon and ther wasn't enough tim
ber on It to make hoop for a barrel
Secretary Lorensten of the fisher
men's union Is atlll receiving funds
for the purpose of exterminating the
seals In the river. It Is estimated that
It will require about 1800 to employ
two men and pay the necessary ex
dciinc The subscriptions are not
coming In as fast as they should con
slderlng tho fact that every dollar ex
ponded for this, purpose la equal to ii
more earned by the fishermen. In any
other rlty the money cpuld have been
raised In half a day.
How true to the name
$3.50 and $4.00
Perfect la Fit.
Perfect in Style.
ALL LEATHERS ZZL Bil'CBERS OR LACE.
Wherity, Ralston Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers.
A Wisconsin exchange says that
many bushela of stored potatoes are
biding hauled from the basement of the
warehouses to be Ted to the stock.
No sale or price.' In Oregon It Is dlf
ferent. There are not enough poiatoes
raised to supply the local demand and
they are worth $1.25 a sack In As
toria. Even Clatsop county, with an
area of 820 square miles of territory,
Is unable to raise enough potatoes to
suDDly the city of Astoria with 12,000
Inhabitants, there la something wrong
Nestor Johnson and Willi Makela.
two boy aged 14 year, were arrested
by Sheriff Llnvllle yesierday morning
URpn an Information charging them
with criminal assault on Olga Erlck
eon .daughter of the florist around
Smith' point a 10-year-glrL They
were arraigned befor County Judge
Trenchard yesterday and admitted
their guilt. The evidence showed that
th Erlckson girl attended" the Union
town school and was compelled to go
home over the hill. She wai caugnt
by the two bqys who succeeded In ac
complishing their purpose. After hear
lng the evidence. Judge Trenchard or
dered them committed to the reform
The pllors have offered a reward for
the recovery of Gregory Buckler, who
has been employed a bcatkeeper on
the Jorsph Pulltxer. He has not been
seen since List Saturday when he went
to the barber shop and got ehaved. It
Is thought that In going aboard of the
boat he fell overboard, and not being
able to swim was drowned! All of his
tooln were found lying on th deck
where he had left them. He was
sober. Industrious man and well liked
by the pilot. A reward of 125 ha
been offered for the recovery of his
Sunburst petticoats the latest out
All the wanted colors In silk or sateen
at Th Foard A Stokes Co.
The New Road
and, sidewalks to Upper Astoria,
which have been finished enable
you to combine a pleasant outing
with a shopping tour to our well
stocked grocery and general mer
chandise store. Sc'llln gat wholesale
and retail, as we do,w buy the beat
good in large quantities f direct
from the most reliable manufac
turer and 'shippers.
That's why we offered that good
Java and Costa Rica coffee at 26c
a pound last week. We still contlne
to ell It' For thos who Ilk a
belter grade coffee, w offer a. fine
blend of Mocha and Java ooffe In
th bean at S5 cent a pound. It's
th. kind that
PLEASES YOUR FRIENDS
W hav three wagon and cater
to your trad. A large, up-to-date
tor with full line of good gro
ceries. Telephone If you cannot
come. We wilt call for your order.
Telephone Main 7S1.
GEO. LINDSTROM & CO.,
Franklin Avenue, Upper Astoria.
Ncne but First Class Wcilnen
W. CLAWS a CO.,
t; When the New, Things Makse Their Dcfcut-
Each day brings some new merchandise
' to brighten up our dry goods store. Ex
pressions of pleasure and admiration.
on the part of our patrons are heard
continuously. Among the latest to put
in an appearance is ,
The Swellest Line ef Silk and Sat
teen Petticoats that Ever
Came to Astoria.
We would like very much to be able to '
show this line to every, lady in Astoria.
We. think they're perfectly -beautiful -and
you'll like our opinion.
SPECIAL PRICES AIT THIS
WEEK - : '
Wash Petticoats. 89c to $1.50.
Sateen Petticoats, 98c to $3.95.
Silk Petticoats, $4.95 to $19.75.
Misses Sateen Petticoats, any length
desired at each, $1.24. .. -, , .
The Foard Stokes Co.
Ystoria's Greatest Store.
school at Salem. " ,