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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1905)
THE M0RN1NU ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
TUESDAY, JUNE tj, 1905.
Monday, Tuesday (Si
We will tell
SNOW FLAKE BRAND FANCY SOLID
3 pound can, at
lOc the can.
Regular P.ice, a for ajc
Snow Flak Sugar Core, carefully se
lected and packed, a can 15C
California Surveyor General De
nies Land Frauds.
NICE DAIRY BUTTER
35 CENTS A
623 Commercial St
Phone Main 681
DEMANDS AN INVESTIGATION
Charges Made By Francis J. Heney Pro
nounctd False in Every Particular
With an Evident Intention of Working
up a Reputation for Himself.
He is Delighted
with the shoes he bought at oar store
That's what all our customers an
delighted with the style, quality and
reasonable prices of our
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
See the tans we have just received.
Many styles, all sizes.
521 Commercial Street
for a few days only
LADIES' - HATS
Worth $2.50 fo lis. co each at
MRS. A. JALOFF, Prop.
STAR THEATER BLDG, ASTORIA.
BUY A WATCH
Wear It and Pay for It
a Little at a Time.
Vou won't mi the money, then
1-4 down, balance in small, easy
payments. Watches for ladies and
A watch makes a nice gift
Astoria Loan Office,
and LOAN BROKERS.
581 Commercial street.
Sacramento, June 12, Victor Wood,
state surveyor general, has declared war
on Francis J. Heney because of state
mcnts made by Heney to the effect that
the state land office is involved in frauds
that will surpass in magnitude thow
that have leen discovered in the state of
Oregon. Mr. Heney made this allegation
yesterday just before leaving San Fran
cisco for Portland. When Woods' atten
tion was today called to the words ol
the special prosecutor of the Oregon land
swindlers, he said:
"I positively and absolutely deny tha
any land frauds have been perpetrated
in connection with my office since I have
been an incumbent, and I court and de
mand a full and thorough investigation.
My books are and have been open at all
times for that purpose.
'It is certainly a queer state of affairs
that these insinuations should be put
forth after I have openly announced my
intention of going to Washington, D. C.
for the purpose of having a consultation
with President Roosevelt and the depart
ment of the interior, on affairs connected
with the conduct of my office. I am pos
itively aware of the fact tliat these al
leged fraud were known to the parties
who are now making them public lone
before the legislature had it last ses.
ion and it serins strange to me that if
these parties were in earnest tliat thev
urn noi urmg it before that bod v. Some
time ago 1 learned that this man Francis
J. Heney bad made the assertion tliat lu.
intended to get me, and I made it my
business to call at his office and ascertain
if there was any truth in this report
l was unable to see Henev. although
to be loaded with lumber and shingles
when as a matter of fact the car were
empty and stood on the track for six
weeks. This was the cause of the dia
charge of the railroad agent at Warren
ton. It is also well known that Mr.
Kaskl shipped two or three car loads 01
iumher ami a part of a car load of shin
gles to Portland where his wife Is erect
a Jtl.OOO residence, the money repre
sented belonging to the company and
should have been used to pay the employ
es. It is claimed that utiles matter are
straightened out criminal proceeding
will be brought against KaskL Messrs.
Hardy and Ward knew nothing about
these transaction as Kaskl kept every
thing under lock and key ami refuted to
allow his partner to inspect the hooks.
called twice for this purpose; but he
sent me word that he had never criti.
cised my public or private actions, knew
nothing of the manner in which mv office
was conducted and had never authorized
any criticism of mv affairs.
"Over a year ago I received some an
onymous letters threatening me with ex
posure, that I have never lieen able tl
trace to their originator, and since I an
nounced that I intend to go to Washing
ton I have received others, statina that
I would be indicted as soon as I arrived
in tliat city, should I attempt to eitheic
use the president or the authorities of
Knnos Brenner, charged with burglary
in the White Swan saloon, and M. Rook
way, a member of the Sons of Rest, who
was serving a sentence for vagrancy,
broke out of the city jail Sunday morn
ing and made their ecape. They were
confined in a cell and kicked a plunk c
the side of the cell and made their exit
out of the back door. They went to the
office of the chief of police before leaving
and took three revolver and a los of
cartridges. One of tlie revolvers as an
old cap gun, about sixty yearn old, and
all of them were taken off of prisoner
confined in the pail. Thev also went to
the locker ami took what money they
had on their person when arrested. So
effort ha been made to capture them, tm
police being satisfied if they will stay
away from the citv.
Teamsters Unabfe to Secure Any
Concessions in Strike.
NO CHANGE IN SITUATION
No Peace Negotiations are in sight every
Effort to Conciliate the Warring Fac
tions have been Unavailing aud Strike
Will Dicg along Indefinitely.
Clothes Bought at Wise's Light Store Pressed Free'l
of h:rge Whenever You Wish.
MILL CLOSED DOWN.
Flavel Shinzle and Lumber Conwanv
Closed by Sheriff.
The Flavel Shingle and Lumber Com
pany located at Warrenton has Wen
losed by the sheriff on a writ of attach
ment The mill was owned by Ward.
Hardy and Kaki, the latter being mana
ger. It is claimed that the mill has heea
paying investment but crookedness is
lleged in its management. The total in-
ebtedness of the mill will aggregate
about $3,000, a considerable portion being
ue to the employees. It i claimed by
men in position to know, that Kaski
came to Astoria and secured 83 per cent
on invoice of three car loads, supposed
A Great Success.
The new policy inaugurated at the
Star met with the appreciation of two of
the largest crowds that has ever visited
this popular place of amusement. The
theater was packet at both performance
and there was a greater demand for re
served seats than accommodations, show
ing that the public are satisfied to pay to
see a good show. 1 he nroin-am as iinbl-
ished was carried out and elicited ap
plause for every number. ttto Flechtl's
Tyrolean (juintct captured the Inme and
was the finest production ever witnessed.
It was worth alone the orii-e of admis-
ion. The Scaffold gout and dog .how
was something new for A.t.n mn anil
was appreciated, esjiecially by the child
ren. 1 he musical Thora was an exhibit
ion of what musical artist can do and it
was certainly a great novelty. Kelly and
Davis, the greatest commedians in Amer
ica, kept the audience convulseil with
laughter and sustained their reputation
of being the lie.t team in the business
The sisters Pearl and Diauiant. I'aii.
ian singer and dancers, captivated the
audience and Lallarr, the contortionist:
is a wonder. There were eight ucl, re-
uiring one hour and a half, and it ca
be said without exaggeration that it wa
the best vaudeville entertainment ever
given in the city. There is no doubt that
the Star will be packed every night
Manager (Icrvurtz was overwhelmed with
compliments for his effort which will
make the Star the popular play house of
Chicago, Juno 12. The teamsters'
strike probably will be discussed at the
third annual convention of the Team
Owner of the I'nited State which open
cd here today. More than 100 delegates
representing association of employer in
Sew York, lioston, Minneadi, St. l-oiii-IV
Moine. tirand Rapid, and Philadel
phia have arrived to participate in the
With the possibility of extending the
strike out of the pay for the present,
at least, there wa nothing in sight to I
day to warrant the belief in any change
in the situation, o jieaee negotiation I
were in prospect, and it looked a though
the strike would le allowed to drag along :
No new move of iimtortauce were 1
contemplated by either striker or em
He went to market,
llerniau is a dandy,-
He'll bring the sweetest clothes to town,
You'll find them very handy;
Every Dood '11 buy a suit,
Suits to suit the dandy;
Busiucss men, mechanics, clerks,
Will find our clothes so handy.
Notice i hereby given to all parties!
holding Clatsop County warrant endors
ed prior to August 1st, lmn, to present
same to the county treasurer at hi offics
SlK-3iy Commercial street, for payment
Interest cease after thi date,
(Signed) CIIAS. A. HKll.IURV,
Puted, Astoria, Oregon, this l.Ith day
of June, 1MW. '
A PORCH PAINT
must be the best obtainable
There are twenty different
cinnamon barks, and they cost
from 4 to 55c lb. This ex-i
plains the market, all but one I
particular. Schilling's Best is
the best with the coarser pieces
picked-out; not thrown-away;
oh no; they go to some less
Woodwork. Etc., exposed
to the outer air suffers
quickly from various influence
which deterioration is only prevented
when a paint is used which dries
hard and tough.
is especially made lor the purpose
and the color which are made in
eight weIT-cboen shades, lut well.
One gallon of PORCHITE will cover
3.0 square feet, two coats, on an
Gallon tan I1.00
Half-Gallon can $1.10
Quarter-Galltro can.. 60
Send for Color Card.
B.F. ALLEN t&SON
Wall Paper, Paints, Etc,
865-367 Commercial St, Astoria.
Astoria's "RELIABLE" Clothier.
C. W. SPRIGGS
J. C. HERTZ
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
Capitol and Surplus $100,000
If you want a good, clean meal or if you
are in a hurry you should
go to the
This fine restaurant is thoroughly up-to-date
in every detail.
AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
Pale Bohemian Deer
I5et Iu The Northwest
North Pacific Brewing Co.
JLL IX o
Best Muslin Under
Oyer 3,000 Pieces of Fine Lingerie
have just arrived and will be placed on sale at unusually low prices. These goods are manufactured by
the Defender Mfg. Co. and represent the best values in Night Gowns, Chemises
Drawers, Corset Covers and Petticoats.
Of these desirable garments we have an
unusually large line, ranging in price
as follows: 10c, 19c, 25c, 48c, 95c, 98c,
$1.13, $1.75, $2.50. s
CAMBRIC CORSET COVER
With four clusters of fine tucks, full
front, neck and arms trimmed with
Lace Edge as CENTS
CAMBRIC CORSET COVER
Fine material, round neck trimmed with
yoke of 0 hem-stitched tucks, hem
stitched lawn ruffle at neck and at
arms 45 CENTS
NAINSOOK CORSET COVER
Wide Hamburg Ribbon insertion end
Ribbon, embroidered edge at neck and
arms 75 CENTS
FINE NAINSOOK CORSET COVERS
Two rows of lace insertion, and one row
of ladder beading, riblion beading and
ribbon. Tucked back; lace at neck and
arms 95 CENTS
Petticoats at 49c, 75c, 98c, $1.40, $1.73,
$2.25, and $5.90.
With deep lawn flounce, trimmed with
3 clusters of fine tucks, two wide tucks,
and 3-inch hem-stitched hem; lawn
dust rullle o CENTS
EXTRA FINE CAMBRIC PETTICOAT
Lawn flounce, trimmed with fine tucks
and showy Hamburg embroidery Lawn
dust rullle 98 CENTS
EXTRA FINE CAMBRIC PETTICOAT
Deep lawn flounce of 12 tucks and 2
rows of hem-stitching, trimmed with
rullllc of wide Hamburg edge; lawn dust
Trimmed with Cambric flounce with
5 fine tucks and 1 1-2 inch hem-stitched
hem 48 CENTS
FINE CAMBRIC DRAWERS
Three clusters of fine tucks in body,
deep lawn rullle with Italian lace in
sertion and lace edge 88 CENTS
GOOD MUSLIN UMBRELLA DRAWERS
Wide embroidcricd edge on Cambric
rufllc with 2 clusters of 3 fine tucks
We have other styles at 19c, 23c, 03o,
$1.89 and $2.25.
V-shapped neck, muolin yoke, 4 clus
ters of 3 large hem stitched tucks, Cam
bric rullle at neck and sleeves 48 CENTS
SOFT FINISH CAMBRIC GOWN
Square neck, trimmed with 3 rows of
Hamburg Insertions, Hamburg edge at
neck and sleeves ,.$t CENTS
FINE CAMBRIC GOWNS
Square neck, fancy yoke of Tambour
Insertion, line tucks, Hamburg ribbon in
sertion and ribbon embroidery to match
at neck and sleeves ...$1.48
" Other garments at C8c, $1.75, $2.50 and
These desirable garments range in ,
price as follows! 48c, 75c, 08c, $1.10,
$1.38 and $1.05.
Step in, we will be pleased to show
you the ansnrtment.
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