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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1905)
THE MORNING AST0R1A& AbTOMA.OREON.
ATUROAY, MAY, SO, IOCS.
Oregonian Editor Gives Interest
mg SUUment of Fair.
Caatidcta that tha Lewis and Clark
Fair Will ft Equal ts Any Expos
tian Evr Held to tha Country, Al
though Nat an as Lagt a teal.
Chics, May II. H. W. Scott, edi
tor U the Dally Oregxmlaa of Port
land. Ore, passing Utrourh Chicago
an fejs return horn from Ntw Tora,
hJ rnadt the following statement
abouj the Uwla and CUrtt Mnoeltion,
ta be opened In Portland on June 1:
The Lewi and Clark centennial
with th celebration of It at Portland,
touches the ImtfUistton In several
wayaV It la both a retrospect and
Jortcart tU recalls the IWorie con
ditions under which the territorial
limit, of the United States were ad
vanced and extended across the con
""ttflMtt and vr the Rocky mountains
to the Pacific ocan, and now, also it
Is a prophecy of new history with
vast extension and development. 1 j
' means an Immense improvement, on
the shores of the western continent
' of America, in harmonious develop
ment with th. nates of the Missis
sippi valle and of ths Atlantic sea
board, and it means, Ynorover, a new
irrtovement and growth of commercial
energy on the Pacific ocean botn on
Its Ameilcan and Asiatic shores
which la destined to rival, perhaps,
even to surpass tbt eommrce between
' western Kurope and eastern America.
"The exposition Itself will be equal
to every expectation. It Is no rival,
of course, to such vast fairs as those
of Chicago, and 8t Louis, but we be
lieve it will be the best of all smaller
expositions which tha country hj
known. The material are select'
a n arrantd with a view to best re
sults in smallest compass, from ex
perleneo w'th all expositions that have
preceded It. : Eminent men from all
parts. , socialists in, various branches
of science and thought, will be pres
ent to lerd Interest at intervals by
their fame and dUcourtt. ' J
The site of tbt exposition Is one
of, unequalled natural b'auty, and It
has been Improved by art to the ut
most, without destroying its natural
"Many of our states are partlclpat
tng .in the exposition some ot them
on a great scale. California and
Washington have large buildings and
have prpad splendid exhibits: New
Tork and Massachusetts have erected
handsome structures: Idaho, Missouri,
Montana, Minnesota, and many other
state ar participant. - V,'
Foreign countries "also art taking
an Interest In the exposition, especial
ly those of th 'Asiatic shores of the
Factt!4 Japan a fortmst arnotti
tnem; ciuua also Shows her Interest,
and. In our own governments exhibit
also there If a fine presentation, of the
Philippine Island.. . ; i i : VI
"All the railways an making rates
very favorable to tourists or visitors,
and, It Is believed that this fair, based
on the expansion of our country to
U Pacific and the aTf development
of Pacific coast commerce, will Jo
much to give the people of the whole
United Sutea. new and large t3tas of
our natural growth . and commercial
P III II. h
Coned Gothes for Men
bearing this label
are veritable traps for
wearer and how
easily he falls into them.
No wonder ; nine times
out of ten he never got
The makers' guarantee, and our,
with every garment. We are ex
elusive agents here
"Y Baseball Scares. .
San ' Pranclsco. Portland "S. Kan
Seattle, Oakland 7. Seattle 2.
Los Angeles, Tacoma. 3, Los Ang
ONE MORE STRIKE
Troy Shirt, Collar and Cuff Fac
tory C;ntemplete Strike.
TROUBLE WITH STARCHERJS
Battle Between Harbor Police and
River Thieves. '
CONCHA BEANS CAPTURED
Tha Harbor elit W Battse Shsts
Than the River Pirstet ana After an
Exciting Chass in taata tha Rivar
Pirates Had ts lurrendsn.
New Tork. May II. A battle with
pistols between a squad of harbor po
lice and a band of river pirates has re
sulted in tht capture of the latter and
tha recovery of five bags of concha
beans valued at 1 1000, Tha fight was
a bitter one while It lasted. In an
swer to an alarm from a railroad pier
CO the North river six officers hurried
there la a lawn, Jus, as they ap
(roacjlt in 6pen boat fit.ed with all
engine shot out of tht darkness and
txaaAed full speed across the river. The
police commanded a halt, but the twe
pirates crowded on power and dropped
Into the bottom of their craft. Taking
up the chase the ponce opened fire
which drew an Inatant response. Thr
thieves were not good marksmen while
their boat was being struck nearly
f vry shot and after a short chase they
surrendered; No ' on was wounded
although scores ot shots were ex
WOMEN WANT A SLICE.
Went Rockefeller ts Build Church Ds
stroysd by Tornado.
Toronto, Kan., May U. The womer,
of the Baptist church have written tv
John D. Rockefeller asking for finan
cial assistance to build their church.
which was destroyed by a tornado.
of colors is more
a requisite in
We have all the perquisites that go
with that class of work: Novelties
In wall paper, burlap in dainty col
ors, lincrusta In pretty designs,
fancy mouldings to set off exquisite
panel Ideas; paint of every descrlP'
tlon and the workmen to carry out
your ideas In every detail.
Have you thought of
for your celling?
That's where we
We are also agents for
folder mailed) on re-
B. F.ALLEN ZLSON
Well Psper, Psints, Eta,
M5-S67 Commsrcis! fit, Astoria.
Trouble Started in the Laundry Ds
psrtmsnt ef Pssbady A Co, Ssia
to Ba tha Largest Plant ef Its Kind
in tha Werls for These Goods.
Troy. N. T, May II. A general
shut down of the expensive shirt, col
lar and cuff factories here Is feared
owing to the trouble which has exist
ed for a fortnight between the starch
era and employes. Nine of the Urge
factories having laundry plants ari
now affected and no work is being
laundered in those shops because the
starchers refuse to handle the work.
If the work cannot be laundred busi
ness in the factories is likely to halt
unless! the manufacturers djacldej te
utilize non-union help of which ther:
Is no ind'ca'.ion.
The trouble started in the laundry
department of the Cluett, Peabo4y A
Co., said to be the largest plant ot
the kind in the woild. The employ?-,
demanded more wages, which they
ald had been cut down; also the r-Instatetnea-jt
of discharged employe
The firm refused, and the starchers
quit together with those in the. Ide
plant. Material from these two was
offered in o.her plants but the starch
ers refused to handle It, and left the
various shops. Thus th trouble wa
spread, and, a goods cannot be han
lleJ except through the laundering
departments about 2000 hands, many
of them tirls, are now without work.
If the s'rlke continues many thousand
more will le Involv d. The strike Is
ilso extnclng along other lines.
Teamsters are refusing to hsndle any
goods from the shops while the manu
facturers have b?n notifiedl by) the
?xpress companls agnts that thy did
not care to take the goods from the fac
tories and endanger the men work
ing on their wagons. Many cases that
were packed for the expressmen to
take away remain unmoved.
ELEVEN SAILING YACHTS.
No Craft Resembling Any ef Yachts
4 Have Seen Sighted.
! Newport, May II. No craft re
sembling any of the rlet of the II
yachts sailing from Sandy Hook ti
the Llxard for the trophv o.verwt by
tht emperor of Germany have ben
elxlttedt by the Nunturke? HgM')lp
since last midnight, when the white
square rigged veosel, bel'eved .o have
been the Valhalla, was seen.
it is b lleved that all of the yachts
passed the lightship in the fog that
prevailed yesterday and last night an 1
that the Valhalla was the last to pass.
M. Norton. San Francisco,
May Norton, San Francisco.
J. J, And rson. Los Angeles.
A. J. Titus, Qaraboldi.
H. Klehl, Urn Angeles.
J. H, Williams, San, Francisco,
Oto. Watt, Stattlt.
M. Miller, Jamestown.
S. A. Miller, Jamestown.
Wm. ftmalL Van Francisco,
Thos. Trams, Ran Francisco.
Walter halter. Chicago, '
Jot Oslleltch, New Tork.
K. B. Brown, Coltngtr, r VT1
M. F, croonie, coiinger, t;
John Mlchslla, Ban Francisco.
J. F. Lorall, Ran Francisco,
Grant ,Oberg, Tuscon.
M. Lahst, gan Francisco,
Mrs. Smith, Astoria.
B. Wylle, Naacl.
M. Beatty, Hammond.
Oea. Pocey, Clifton..
M. Asher, Ban Francisco. 'v
N. Phllllis, Ran Francisco.
H. H, Wlnslow and wife, Oakland.
C, M. Richmond.
T. O. Colsman, PortlatJ. v ' ! ' U
M. Felney, San Francisco.
W. P. Daniels and daughter, D n
It A. Hawkins, llwaco, 1.
W. B. Owens. Chinook. ' '
H. J. Mlntorn, Newport
J. Anlsfleld. Cleveland. ,
0 eo. Harvey, Denver.
F. Ward. Portland. .
Mrs. C W. Jones. Portland.
Miss Church, Portland. )
W. R. Mackensle. Portland.
Park and Washington, Portlaad, Orsgoa
The School of Quality"
MODERN, PRACTICAL, COMPLETE
Opea sa bs year. CstslsgMS tree
A. P. ARMfiTRONQ. LL. B.. PRINCIPAl
Studsnts May Enter at Any Tims.
Accussd of Adultery.
Chas. N. Johnson filed an Informa
tion fn Judge Goodman's' court yes
terday, charging his wife, M-s. C, N
Johnson and a young man with the
crime of adul.ery. The arrest was
made by Constable Utzinger. The par
ties appeared In court y'stnlay and
were admitted to ball In the sum of
t500 each to appear for examination
Monday. The bail was furnished and
they were released from custody.
A Year in College.
1200 cash or a year in college can
e quickly earn'd by one young man
or lady in each country during the
summer. Tlan does not interfere wl'h
other employment, an student can
select the school.
State name of institution you wish
to attend. No money require!.
For Particulars Address.
MORTON H. PR EMBERTON.
The steamer Elmore Is due from
Tillamook today. .
The steamer Toledo ts due today
from Grays Harbor.
The schooner Alvena from this port
arrlveJ at gan Francisco yesterday.
The schooler Beulah sailed yester
day from San Francisco bound for tills
The steamers F. A. Kllburn and As
uncion a:e due today Irom Kan Fran
Th; s'.eumer Northland, with a cargo
of SSO.OOO (eet of lumber, sailed for
San Pedro yesterday.
The light house tender Columbine
wc-nt to Portland yesterday after sup
plies for the light hou-e service.
She will probably come In curly this
morning, one day behind. Is a very
good beglnnmg for her Initial trip.
The steamer Costa Rica from San
Francisco failed to show up here yes
terday, but was reported outside late
The steamer Alliance sails this
morning for Eurka via Coos Bay.
Among her cargo are several freight
cars whlcn are consigned to the Simp
son Lumber Co. at North Bend.
The stiamers Redondo, carrying
300.000 feet of lumber, 400 tons of
wheat, 100 tons of barley, and South
Boy with a cargo of 475,000 feet of
lumbtr, sailed yesterday for San Francisco.
MaJ. W. C. LangMtt, United States
engineers, Jeft for Alaska this morning
on a trip cf inspection. He will visit
the various lighthouse stations and In
quire Into their want- so as to be per
sonally acquainted with conditions be
fore e'.earrfr Homer Is sent north with
supplies next month. Maj. Langfltt
will be absent for about 10 days.
In lift la yours if yon meet us half
way In your work. Our graduates art
all employed. Wt will place you In a
position upon graduation, we nave
tht reputation of being the lending
Business College on tht Pacific coast.
and ths most thoroughly equipped west
of Chlcsgo. Open all the year.
Eend for our illustrated catalogue.
Stsams Building, Portland, Oregon.
HAVE JUST OftStb A LINE OP
LEWIS G CLAIM
They are light and airy and fit any
fairy lady or miss. Made of wlil.e
duck wltn Lewis and Clurk rllihou.
Prices art reasonable. Just the thing
for a day's outing.
Shspss for summer hsts In msny
stylss. We trim hats to ord'r and csn
sell you the trimmings If you want to
make up your own hat.
Wt art selling tut our tntirt lint tf
notions ts make more ram for tht mil
Mrs. R. Intfleton,
WELCH BLOCK, Comit trt V md ISlh Streets.
Plsnting Oysters in Willsps Bsy.
South B nd, Wash., Miiy II. East
ern seed y-ters are arriving almost
daily nnd the oyster mn art busv
transplanting them to the, beds in
Willapa Harbor, where, In three y?ars.
the oy fers will attain a slz and"
flavor eqUKled by Uw oysters any
Germsn Cruiser Rs'tutis.
London, May II. According 'to tht
correspondent at Shanghai of the
Morning Pott, the German crulsei
Seeadler has returned there from
purvey of Haichou. The samt corre
spondent says a magistrate at HaJchu
states that the German flag was hoist
ed there but has since been removed.
of them all on "bosebull boods."
"Spauldlngs,," the muffle name makes
all the difference because Bpauldlng's
policy is first of all to make a good
article, with just a fair profit to them
selves and the dealer no Jobber and
charge the same everywhere, if a
dealer raises the price he loses' the
agency. No 200 per cent profit as
dealers In cheap goods make. Then
Spaulding guarantees everything to be
Just as represented or money back.
Spauldlng's goods are the only "of
ficial" goods manufactured. See the
J. N. GRIFFIN
Show window full tf thsm.
One Price to All, Goods MarKcd In Pltln Figures.
About tha quality of n !! S3 Hat,
you bad belt ask somebody bad
worn ont) ba will pralaa It bmmt tba
oar niodrsljr will prnilt staC J
We bav a now ttltr ht tint prom
Im to b very popular. It baa a blf b
taper crown and Kralum flat aet
Jmt tbe bat for young; ntea.
That prrsotit a natty, fetching; ap
pearance, allow liiir that riisy, satisfy '
lug freedom ol actluiieiily found la
perfi'Ct iUtlMf truriiu'iits.
$2 to $6
S. DANZIGER & CO.,
Astoria' Greatest Clothiers.
490500 Commercial St.
BENTON'S NEW VALVELESS
GASOLINE MARINE ENGINE.
Simple and Sellable. Litest Cat
Lm Parts la Cti Out
Mars ftwsr wltii Leu
VrAu Ptrftct Ceo
trtl Quid Cxhstttt "
Any Speed frea KM)
It 1000 rtvthiutM
Sires 1 to 10 II. I'., Klngle ( jllnrter.
Klzes a to 40 II. II., Double C j Under.
POUR CYLINDERS, TO ORDER TO KKgrlORSE! POWER.
PRAEL 0 imin TRANSFER CO.
D RATING 0! EXPRESSING
All goods Milpped toour cart will receive special attention, fc
709-715 Ccmmercial Street.
Sherman Transfer Co.
JHENRY HHERMAV, Manager
Hacks, Carriages Baggag Checked and Transferred Trucks anl
Furniture Wagons- tfanos Aloved, Boxed and Shipped. '
413 Commercial Street
Phone Main 121
ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK
Cupital I'alJ io 1100,0001 6arplai and UodIWde4 Profits I33.00C
Transact, a general bauklng business. Interest paid on Urns dep Jtlta.
J.Q.A.BOWLDY. O. I. PETERSO.V, FRASK PATTOK. J. W. OA KEF. k
President Vioa Presideut Cubler. AasU Caaldtr KH'
163 TENTH STREET, ASTORIA ORE.