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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1905)
THE MOKNINli AM AN. A M ORI A, OREGON.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1903.
Wt will sell
Green Gage Plums, Invincible bund at
I 15c the can.
Regular Price, oC.
products, every part of tho lew.it
Wins utilized. The whales wiii
caught by tho modern steam whaler
Orion, recently arrived from Europe,
which will cruise about off Set-hart,
All Clothes Bought at Wise's Light Store Pressed Free
of Charge Whenever You Wish.
where whales abound in number, lie
Accepted by Governor Chamber- Mead of lining small boats in the ehaiw
Several Large Chicago Unions
Irin on Behalf of State.
the whales will lie harpooned by modern
devices from the deck of the Orion, and
patent reels and special Winchesters
will help to take care of the flsh after,
ha is conquered. A simikr station may
be established next season near Nana
iino. Withdraw Aid From Teamsters.
PURE MINCED CLAMS, home pro
duct, oxnned it Vnrnton, Or, in 3
sixes, t4 sell t ''small size a for tjc,
middle w at 1,V. and large siw nt 23
rents the can.
CEREMONIES ARE IMPRESSIVE
INTERFERED WITH UNIONS
NICE DAIRY BUTTER
35 CENTS A I
Eloquent Addreesa by the Governor,
St. Petersburg, dune 15, Grand duke
523 Commercial St
- Phone Main 681
President Goode and Jefferson Meyers I Alexis, high admiral, who i an uncle to
listened to by Thousands of People the emperor and Admiral Avellnu, head
From Every Section of the State.
for a few days only
Worth $2.50 fo $15.00 each at
MRS. A. JALOFF, Prop.
TAR THEATER BLOO, ASTORIA.
3 cans for 25c
That is the price we have set for this
week only on the following goods:
Portland, June 15. Twelve buildings
erected at the Lewis and Clark expo
sition under the supervision of the Ore
gon State Commission, were today for
mally turned over to the governor of
the state amid most impressive ceremon
ies, Ihe occasion was noteworthy and.
in a measure, commemorative of the sign
ing of the treaty with Great Britain,
April 15, 1846, following the "50 40 or
rromptly at 2 o'clock Governor Geo.
E. Chamberlain, Exposition President
Goode, Hon. Jefferson Myers, of the Ore
gon State Commission, and a number of
prominent residents of Portlaud, assem
bled at the Oregon State Building to
participate in the joint dedication. Aft
er an invocation delivered bv a visit
ing clergyman. Governor Chamberlain
in a few tersely worded sentences, ac
cepted the structures for the State of
Oregon. President Goode and Mr. Myers
spoke briefly. The Administration band
was present and rendered an appropriate
ate program. Among the buildings con
structed by the Stat Commission are
th Palaces of Foreign exhibits, Orien
tal exhibits, Agricultural, Mines and
Metallurgy, Machinery, Electricity and
Transportation, Forestry, the Oregon
State building, Festival Hall and the Ad
of the Russian admiralty department,
Chicajo Tesmstets' Union Performed
Work out of Their Line and Which
Rightfully Belonged to Other Unions
Who Now Withdraw Support.
Portland, June 15. Western Oregon and
Washington, Friday, partly cloudy.
Eastern Oregon and Washington, fair
and slightly warmer.
Property Sold In New York the
First Time in Sixteen Years.
PROPERTY USUALLY LEASED
Portland, June 15. Three thousand
happy, rollicking residents of Corvallis
and Independence and the cadets of the
Oregon Agricultural college today made
the occasion of tlicir vi-.it to the Fair
I a memorable event of the e.KH.it ion
pediod. From early morning until the
gates closed at midnight the visitors
made merry. At 10 o'clock this morn
ing exercises were held in Festival hall:
Exposition President Goode personally
welcomed the people of Corvallis and In
dependence assuring them the largness
MAGIC EARLY JUKE PEAS, none su- . u"'r coni,nSeni PP
perior. Regular 10c a can l" by tbe mdllU of the Pition-
vpon ine conclusion oi ine ceremonies
SPECIAL, 3 for 25c I the visitors sought the exposition pal
aces, the lake and last, but not least
New York Tax Lawi Provide Heary Pen
alty and Interest Against Those Who
Do not Pay Their Taxes and the City
Derives Revenue By Way of Rents.
Cream Corn, Black Hawk brand, guar-
anteedfirst quality. Regular price 10c
a can. Special 3 for asc
STRING BEANS, Piatt's brand; packed
in Maryland. Regular 10c a can.
peo" 3 tor 25c
PREMIUM BRAND TOMATOES, regu
lar 10c a can. SPECIAL 3 for 25c
Tenth and Commercial Streets.
Branch at Unlontown.
BUY A WATCH
Wear It and Pay for It
a Little at a Time.
Yon won't miss tbe 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.
Ml Caaunercfel street.
the Trail. A feature of the day was a
huge parad which was carried probably
the largest banner in the world. This
grea,t bunting was supported on poles
carried by 200 cadets of the Oregon Ag
ricultural College cadets and bore such
slogans as . 'Every family in Benton has
telephone." Small in area, but large in
importance," 'Gold nuggets grow on hop
vines in Benton." The cadets will camp
at the exposition ten days.
NEW WHALING STATION.
Large Station Being Built on coast tf
San Francisco, June 15. Modern whal
ing is exemplified in a scheme in opera
tion at Secfiart, on the west coast of the
Vancouver Island, where a whaling wta-
tion costing $80,000 has just been estab
lished. One hundred men will be em
ployed there in transforming the ear-
casses of whales into various profitable
Xew York, June 15. For the first time
in lo" years a tax sale of delinquent prop.
erties has been held at the city hall. The
proceeds wi re more than ..Ksi.tKsi. Owinj
to the peculiar condition suroundiug
Urli sales ill this state some IndiiTiMiiis
incidents xfurrcd. AH the city dues
is to leas delinquent pros-rtie to bid
ders who will pay tin- back 'jsc. The
hsMer who offers to pay thou- taxes in
rHurn for the shortest leas.- it the win
ner. The original owner of tin- property
caw redeem it by paying the amount of
the t,ie foul by the bidder three and
nn- half fit (-rut a&tl a penalty of N
pen cent a year tr the bia&fer. Aftr
the expiration of two yrarw, when the
base goes into effect, the psoperty can
be reclaimed only by paying in addition
al' seven per cent te the biittkn..
One parwPih Fufton street, near Broad
way, was- knocked sown to Daniel Firfi
ner. It being near Ihe city ball the buy
er strollei around to sutisfy his- cow
si ty and fasind part of the National Bunt
ttiereom Instead f keeping- his own
eoiinsel he hurried to the Iwtik olfiiriil
and informed thent of the fact
Scant attention was at i'rwt paid! to
Pichnor Bot investigation Isy tiie b)U"S
lawyers showed that he knew whittt he
was tn Iking alx)iit and hsV chtiinj wu
nought lrp at a net pndit of $ll'.. Had
he maiiiOiined' hi nlieiice for two. yeaTs
until U lease Became effective,. Fli-R-ner's
pnuflt woijd: nave reached! ai ra
Schilling Best so far as h
goes,, means. coxn&rt tM cast
lloncy lack.; alyour jroctr's.
Chicago, June 15. Thousands of cir
cular have been sent out to architects
builders, and labor union members gen
erally, containing information that the
Associated Building Trades of Chicago
and Cook County have withdrawn their
moral and financial support from the
teamsters. The circulars, which are is
sued officially by the Building Trades
charge that the members of the Snfu and
Machinery Movers and Riggers I'mVsi,
which was orgnnued about two years 1
ago, and is made up of teamtcrs, has i
been performing work which rightfully I
belonged to the memts-rs of the various j
trades atlli.itcd with the building trades.
It is charged that the Safi and Machiiv
ry Movers and Riggers are winking '
under the scale of wages adopted by j
their various unions and that the build-,
ing trades can not, under die circum
stances, recognise them as union men.
Th building workers numfsr 4t),tXK),
He wcut to market, '
Herman 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;
Business men, mechanics, clerks,
Will And our clothes so handy.
To be given by Ocean Circle, No. Hi,
Women of Woodcraft, at Hasithorn's
Mall, Friday evening, June Id. Admis
sion 50 sent a couple. An rajoyable
A PORCH PAINT
must be the best obtainable
WoodwerK, Etc., eiposed
to the outer air suffers
quickly front variuus influmres
which deterwra,tion is only prevented
when a pusnt is ard which Jim
Lard and towgh.
is especially mao lor the pitnM
and the colsrs whu-h are mails- in
eight well-chosen- s fades, last well.
One gallon or" PORCHITE will mr-r
350 square fret, two coats, t an
Gallon can lixxt
Salf -Gallon eaa lino
Qoarter-GaKtt can Jtn
Send (or Color Card!.
B.F. ALLEN dtSON
Walt Paper, Paints, Etc,
365-367 Commercial St- Astoria.
Astoria's "RELIABLE" Clothier.
C. W. SPRICGS-
J. C. HERTZ
Ut ncrntttf t perfect IleattH end" a essential ekment
To prevent sit knc snJ enjoy the
comforts of li.c you ihmU eju:p ysur
sleeping ajsnrmcnt or Jj-miiig ilutriter
with a iBKMvy whise, onc-picse.
"Slmdatdr Porcelain Enameled Lr
tory and have running hut and ewli
wsicr at JsTsn! it your tiuch.
We hir samples, i our iliowrswnt
anJ will gjadly quote joiu pricev
MONTGOMERY, Astoria, Or.
S. q. A. MIW1.RV erl,1onl
O. 1. 1'KTk.Hnu.V, VWITiwIitesa
fRAMK PATTYS. Csshler
J. W. SMHNKK, Awtstant CasbU
Astoria Savmgs Bank
rupltnl I'ntsl In IHOXSs Surplus ana I'nitlrldeii Pvuflu lVl.aO. f
Trunin W Ueuiml toiikJDg HuslnnM, Inlermtt fkld on Tims sVpuslU.
168 Tenth Strsrst,
Wll 11 letl A O Beer
Best Muslin Under
Over 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, lite, 25c, 48c, 95c, 98c,
$1.15, $1.73, $2JMu t "i
CAMBRIC CORSET COVER
With four dusters 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 6 hem-stitched tucks, hem
stitched lawn ruffle at neck and at
arms 45 CENTS
NAINSOOK CORSET COVER
Vide Hamburg Ribbon insertion end
Ribbon, embroidered edge at neck and
amis 75 CENTS
FINE NAINSOOK CORSET COVERS
Two rows of lace insertion, and one row
of ladder beading, ribbon beading and
ribbon. Tucked back; lace at neck and
arms .95 CENTS
Petticoats at 49c, 75c, 98c, $1.40, $1.75,
$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;
EXTRA FINE CAMBRIC PETTICOAT
Lawn flounce, trimmed with flue tucks
and showy Hamburg embroidery Iawh
dust ruffle 9 CENTS
EXTRA FINE CAMBRIC PETTICOAT
Deep lawn flounce of 12 tucks and 2
rows of hem-stitching, trimmed with
rufflle of wide Hamburg edge; lawn dust
Trimmed with Cambric flounce with
5 fine tucks and i 1-2 inch hem-stitched
hem 48 CENTS
FINE CAMERIC DRAWERS
Three clusters of fine tucks in body,
deep lawn ruffle with Italian lace In
sertion and luce edge 88 CENTS
GOOD MUSLIN UMBRELLA DRAWERS
Wide embroiileried edge on Cambric
ruffle with 2 clusters of 3 fine tucks
We have other styles at 19c, 25c, 65c,
$1.89 and $2.25.
V-shnpped neck, muslin yoke, 4 clus
ters of 3 large hem stitched tucks, Cam
bric ruffle nt neck and sleeves 48 CENTS
SOFT FINISH CAMBRIC GOWN
Kipmre neck, trimmed with 3 rows of
asnL wfj'in & y.T -yitfuicy5AS3ft3i
Hamburg Insertions. Hamburg edge at
neck and sleeves gl 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 $148
Other garments at 68c, $1.79, $2.50 and
These desirable garments range In
price as follows: 48o, 75c, 08c, $1.10,
$1.38 and $1.05. -
Step In, we will be pleased to show
you tho assortment.