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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1905)
INK MORNlMt AT0H1aN, ASTOKIA, OKEC.U.n
WEOntaUAY, JUL! 3, jocj. .
NO ACCIDENTS OCCUR.
PLAY GOOD BALL
Let us nicest that you
try a sack of
WHITE 6PSAY IXOUX
If it's not better in every way
than tin flour you hav been using, w1l
return the price,
ROSS, HIGGINS & Co.
Sole agents for Chase & Sandborn's Coffee.
CALLS IN WARRANTS
Art Drawn on Street Improvement Fund
, Will Rednci Avalabs Cash.
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City Treasurer Ia)y ha i"fd
rail for warrants drawn on the fund
created fr the j.nrpw of Mraylng the
ct of Improving the fi.nwin" twt:
Franklin avenue fr.in tie west unr
.f Adair's Atori. to Thirty sixth
ktrrKL rranaun avt-nue m -ru
I T W
th and Seventeenth streets tirand aven
ue from !h Vt lm f fhlwly'i As
toria, U Seventh 1r--t, and Ninth
trwt betrm Franklin and Montr av
enue. 1hi i all will materially reduce
the amount f ih rt mfl, otneMng
more limn ififlM. .
Muddy Water Kurti Fishing.
For the firt fr days the supply of
Million ha not t l"J a w the
i for aom days previously. The
upper river Jn!.-t were responsible
lot thk tin- waW linjj very muddy
in consequence. Rrceipu yesterday
showed aumr itnpNiVimHit, The big
mn ere- expected during the latter part
of the present month.
. . Surras for Our Boyil
At reporUd In the dipatehr, the A
toria hoM team won the firt prire at
Oregon City yetrday for being th
bet uniformed team of all in line.
Thoae handwme uita were furniahed
by Aitoria'a Reliable Clothier, HERMAN
Wie and priw, ak the girl.
MUaion Lessooi are the bet. SS ceata
la chemifally purified and teri!ired
la handled and packed with the ut
la white and beautiful, a all a!t i
PURE AND WHOLESOME.
io and ijc Packagta.
ia aimply deliciou.
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CHAS. HEILBORN CO.,
Complete House Furnishers.
VERDICT IN MITCHELL CASE
SURPRISE TO ASTORIANS
Many Wert Id Hopes of Acquittal or do
The verdict of the jury which trli-d
tht) Senator John H. Mitchell rut was
a surprise to Astorian who have fol
lowed . the trial. The belief was quite
jjenerally entertained here, and Inderd
elsewhere throughout the state, that 1
disagreement would reault and that
eventually the senator would be ac
quitted. While there has been BO disposition
to crilii-lt the verdict, genuine sym
pathy Is expressed, among democrats
u wll ii republicans, for the aged
senator. The i-onvii tion of Senator
Mit.-hell i regarded here a conclusive
evKhn-e that firiti-ti'-ully all of those
indicted for land fraud will be con
vicled. 1 here were two Clatsop coun
ty r.Ti n the Mitchell jury Frank
Warren, of VarrtnUn and W. H
le.ii. of Jewell.
A. Riddle, of South Itend, wa in the
F. O. Strong, of (irand Rapid, Mich.
i an Axtoria viaitor.
K. F. Tohin, representing the Pacific
Paper company, U in the city.
' Mia'Fic!daMct'lain, of Silverton, i
a guet of friend in the city.
1. Augut C. Kinney will return to
day from a ahort vacation trip.
W. M. Cram, of the Silver Mill com
pany, Waul)., pent the Fourth in the
Mr. W. F, Morriaon, and daughter
of Morriwin aUtioo, were in the city
j Murtin Foard returwd Monday night
from a trip to Kuroda, Waah., where he
, went to look after the intereata of the
Mutual Lumber Co.
Mr. Auguet Stranpil and children,
of Pendleton, arrived laet evening on
their way to I-ong Beach where tbey
will epeod the aumroer.
j A Decided Suoteaa.
! To be a rartoonint and submit your
handiwork to the admiring public, U
' cme thing, but to-.draw It and gWe;an
I explanation of aoirx. of Uie difficult
point of the "etunf while it ia be
- rng executed, ia another thing. Ia other
! word, drawing and Ulking are two
aeparate and ditinct feaut. To do both
at the name time ia nothing extreor
! dinary, but to do it en an entertaining
way and to the amuaement of your
I auditora i aomething to ha proud of.
j Aa a lecturer Mr. Davenport ia a de
cided auece. Every expreeaioa Wa
! bright and witty and there waa no end
of laughing and applause on the part
of hi bearer.
Office roome for rent. Oe. W. Bar
ker, Attorla National Bank
The family reataurant of Astoria ia
reeognired aa the Heea reataurant. The
beat meala and the beat aervice in As
toria. 120 Eleventh atreet.
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Observance of Fourth Wai Not Marrtd
It haa com to be a Fourth of Jujy
custom to injure a number of people,
uaually women and children, but yester
day there were no accident,-ao far a
could be learned." Tbia, la 'viewed aa
aomewbat remerkaWe, eonidierMlg the
number of children that lined the
atreeta and the conatant ' explosion of
firework on tne narrow thoroughfare
It wa notlcable yesterday that cele
brant exercised more cautio nthan us
ua, and the celebration waa almot de
void of the proniiciou throwing of
Itotiih and other such Infernal noie
producer. A few careless lad amused
tliemM-lve for a time by netting oft
fire cracker on a sidewalk, but the po
lice noon broke tip the port. Alto
gether, the day wh unumially free from
dit rennliig ciri'Uiiitanii-, and ell the
mora enjoyable oa that toeouiiL jfJ
EFFORTS TO PLACE CLUB
UPON SUBSTANTIAL BASIS
Many Endeavor To Revive Interest in
The board of direetora of the Com
mercial club will meet tomorrow night
for the purpoe of canvaing the reor
ganization work thu far done. Sim-e
the rlub wa attached, the young men
and their friend have come to appre
ciate the inntilution, and the reorjfuni
jjillon committee haa received m4iy
auruiicf of ubntantial aiatance.
It i expected that , new plan
will be perfeeted within a week, ano
that the rlub will atart off thia time
without debt and with a membership
lint of about 200. The initiation fee
ha been temporarily aupended in or-
dcr that there may be an additional
inducement for new member to apply
ITS OWN CROWD
Observing Cititea Avert that Country
Contingent Waa Small.
"Moat of u do not recognize the fact,
but it i true, juat the aame, that At
toria, furninhea it own crowd," re
marked an observing AatorUn yester
day, a he viewed the immense throng
that lined Commercial atreet during the
parade. ''The regatta haa been the,
greatest drawing card for Astoria, yet
I have made personal investigation ana
found that the big crowd which have
viewed the aport on the water were
gathering of Astorian. Of course
there were many strange re in the
crowd, but the Aatoria people were
vatly in the majority. I heard an A
toria n say today that there waa a large
country delegation in town, but he was
mistaken. These people nearly all be
long here; the preaedce of the crowd wa
due purely and simply to the fact that
the people of .Astoria hni turned out."
Cetthratioa at Chinook.
Chinook yesterday held a celebration
of lU own. Thu enterprising people of
the proapcrou little town subscribed
a goodly fund and a number of Astor
ian went over to join in thf demon-
atration. .John C. M'Cue," of this city,
wa the orator of tlie day. The pro
gram included many sports, and tboe
who attended from thia city declare
that the celebration wat highly tuc
Prominent Astoriana Out of Towi
United State Senator C. W. Fulton
wa at Baker City yesterday for the cel
ebration. He wa prevailed upon to de
liver the oration there. Judge M'Rride
went to Coble, where he attended a pic
nic that wa attended by many promi
nent residents of Columbia county.
Open Cart Arc Popular. .
The open cars now run by the Axto
ria Electric Company are very popular
and during the fine, weather carry
large crowd to the cast end. Super
intendent Coolidge aUtes that atreet
car traffic has recently increased to a
marked ecteftt, the building of many
new home in the two "enda" reeuhiag
ia these additions to the equipment.
W. W. Whipple ia To.
W. W. Whipple arrived ia the chy
yeatrrday from Seattle. He ia here to
complete arrangement for the reopen
ing of the Palace Catering company'a
restaurant. Several excellent locations
have been offered the company, but a
choice has not yet been made. It is the
purpose of the company to open one of
the finest restaurant in the northwest.
. A full ani complete line of faru imple
menta, farming toola, wagona, buggiea
of all kinda at It. M. Gaatonla farm im
plement warehouse, 105 Fourteenth.
Remember the scenes of the lands you
visit by pictures taken with our pocket
kodaks. Several size. ' Frank Hart's
Seaside Sufkrj Defeat In Hands of
Owipunpuru. ' .
SECOND OF LEAGUE GAMES
Score ij-ii. Meet Wat Featured With
Number of Brilliant Playt. Owapun
punt Shadt Their Score Though Crow
ing Rattled. Crowd Good.
The Owapunpun team yesterday de
feated S-aside at the A. F. C. park, in
the wcoiid of the league game to lie
played on the local diamond. The locals
put up an evcllent quality of bail tor
a time, but, as is customary with As
toria team, went up in the air at other
time and threw away several run.
Itrakke a to do the twirling for the
Kat End team, but he wa unable to
make connection and Lokan officiated
in the box.
Owapunpun started off well and aft
er abutting out Seaside in the firt
cored four run. Lokan wa present
with two bae a Hie result of Lund
quint's error, and llraliam bit out a
clean three-linger, scoring (Lokn.
Weatherford tingled, scoring Craiiam,
and Larson sacrificed. Anet drew a
pass, llign'""' nt out on fl.v to
(irider, and Hughe smashed out a three
bagger, scoring Weatherford and Anet
When C'arke throw out Anstedt at first
the side retired.
The second saw another ehut out for
Seaside and an additional four run
for the local. McDermott went into
the box for Seaside, relieving Clarke
Young walked, Iokan fanned, and then
the redoubtable Roxy Craham smashed
the ball aaain-t the left field fence for
a legitimate home run. Larson singled
and Anet's single wa so poorly handled
by Lindstrom that both Larson and
Anet acored on the play. Seaside got
two run in the third. In the first and
second not one of the visitors reached
first, Lokan receiving guilt-edged sup
port With two men down in the third
lindstrom scored McDermott by hitting
aafely ahd Lundquist taJlied Lind
strom with a pretty hit Owapunpun
got in two runs in the third, Graham
singling and scoring Young. Weather
ford batted out a high fly that caused
a collision between Wright and Sund
quist. and Craham went home. The
fourth was the only runlesa inning.
With the Seaside team hopelessly in
the rear-10 to 2-Owapunpun pro
ceeded to make the conventional ascen
sion. Clarke walked, McDermott sing
led and Orider. bit to Anstedt, whose
bad throw to first let in two run. Lo
kan' muff of Sundquist's drive let in
Crider, and Graham neglected to handle
Crowe's drive. Wright fanned, but How
ks hit a long fly to Young, who mis
judged it and two men trotted home.
Dawson's safety let llawks go home,
but Dawson was thrown out while try
ing to steal second. Seaside scored sU
run, ia this inning. In the sixth Lind
strom' two-bagger scored Grider. This
inning saw a magnificent one-hand
catch by Graham, who received an ova
tion from the grandstand. Seaside ad
ded three more run in the seventh
Hughes' muff of Dawson's fly lettinq
in two men and C.rider's Bingle scoring
McDermott, who got three bases on
Hughes' error. Seaside' was shut out
in the eighth,, but Owapunpun tallied
another run, Lokan scoring" on Hawk's
The ninth was exciting. With the
score 12-11 againt them, the locals
took a brace, lliggins started the new
em by smashing out a three-bagger in
to the right garden and scored on Hughs
two-bagger. Anstedt, walked and
Young' hit scored Hughes. This gave
the locals 13 runs and the game was
over. The feature was Graham' hitting
and hie fine catch in the sixth.
The standing of the Lower Columbia
league teams is a follows:
Won. Lost P C.
Seaside 2 J
Kort Stevens 2 1 .666
Commercial I 1 -500
Owapunpun I 3 "30
An Enjoyable Gathering.
Mrs. E. C. Holden, assisted by her
four daughters, entertained Monday aft
ernoon in honor of Mrs. Harriet Mall
ett, of San Francisco. The afternoon
wa devoted to cassino, Mr. George
Colwell winning the first prize and Mrs
C. M. Rrink, of Oakland, Cal.j Mrs. Wil
liam Strong and Mrs. A. W. Mackenzie,
of Portland, and Mrs. Charles H. Cal
londer, of Knappton, Wash., daughters
of Mrs. Holden, assisted in entertain
ing. The afternoon wa most pleas
Watch This Space
for Prices of the
Morse Department Store.
The Place Where Everybody Liies toTrade.
508-510 Commercial Street
Mail orders solicited. New Idea Patterns 10c.
OR. LLOYD ACCEPTS
Petition and Counter Petition Re
girding His Election.
HOUSE OF BISHOPS CONFIRM
Majority of Clerical tad Lay Delegatee
Of the Diocese of Oregon Keenest his
Confirmation. Local Delegate Sign
Last Petition, Not First One.
The Rev. F. E. Lloyd; D. D., of
Uniontown, Pa; who armed ia fort
land Friday evening, and who ia visit
ing the diocese of Oregon for the purpose
ot investigating the field, has decided
to accept thtf office of bishop-coajutu
tor to which he waa elected at the dio
cesan convention, recently held in Port
The Rev. J. E. Simpson, rector of Si
Mark's Episcopal church, Portland
speaks very highly of the Rev. Dr.
Lloyd, whom he pronounces a atrong
churchman. It is atated by many par
ties concerned that church in this dio
cese will receive quite an impetua for en
larged work under the regime of the
biehop-elect, as he is an able mission
The Rev. Geo. C. Tbomas, D. D., of
Philadelphia. Pa., has notified the dio
cese of Oregon that the Church Mission
ary society will supply $500 a year
toward the maintenance of the Epis
copal residence of the bishop-coadjutor.
Much is to be done in the field anff
nearly everybody thinks that Dr. Lloyd
is the man to do it.
It is nut unlikely that the bii-hop-elect
will visit Grace church here short
ly. A special dispatch in the Oregonian
yesterday sttt.td. that- tlhe rector of
Grace church, tiiis city, Kev. William
Seymour Short, and the tay delegates
from his parish,' and signed, a petition
to the house of biabopa, requesting their
dissent and that of the various stand
ing committees on aceotuit of mWep
reneotatioa at the time of nomination.
While such a petition has been for
warded, it ni not signed by the local
delegates; in fact it had only four aig
natres from the entire diocese. A
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counter petition, stating that the alleg
ed facta in the aforesaid petition, were
unsupported, and requesting that Dr.
Lloyd be confirmed, has since been sign
ed by a large number of clerical and
lay delegates, including those of Grace
church, thia city.
There is no doubt that the bishop-
elect will be confirmed by the house of
bishops, his election having been certi
fied to by the Rt Rer. Benjamin Wia-
tan Morris, D. D., bishop of Oregon.
ASTORIA TOE LADDIES
VICTORIOUS AT OREGON CITY
Come Out Ahead in Dry Test But Lose
Wet Test Ran On Flake.
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Astoria's hose tea mat the races at
Oregon City Monday, were the victors
in the dry test making the run ia 34
seconds and winning by 5 4 5 second
over Vancouver, who took second place
with a run in 39 4-5 seconds. Oregon
City, in this race, made the run in 34
1-2 seconds, but was disqualified for
not having the nozzle on three full
' The showing made by the Astoria,
boys waa excellent, the run being made
up a slight incline and thecart and
hose weighing 300 pounds more than
that of the Oregon City aggregation
In the wet test, which was run Mon
day morning, the Astoria boys lost on
a fluke. The run waa loO yards to
hydrant, 300 feet of hose being a
reefed, a connection made, aonU pUae
ed on and water obtained.. The. tine.,
was taken from the time of the atart
to the time the water first came from
Vancouver made the run ia 39 4-5
seconds, and Oregon City in 33 1-2. The
Oregon City team was unfortunate la
this race, the nozzleman slipping and
falling.- That Astoria lost was due to
Johnson, who was to break the coup
ling where the nozzle was to be attach
ed, becoming confused and running too
far. Knutscn remedied the error, but
too late for any good.
Hot in Europe.
Vienna, July 4. A terrible heat wave
has been passing over Austria, and
there have been numerous sunstrokes.
Born, to the wife of B. C. Bjornard, of
Skamokawa, Voss Sanitoriuai, at 13:80
o'clock yesterday morning, a 10-pound
girl, who, Dr. Este pronounces "the
first gun of the Fourth."
Electric Face Massage and Rcatp
treatments five expert barbers. Baths.
OCCIDENT HOTEL BARBER SHOP.
You won't get spanked when you wear
my stockings, 'cause no one can beat
km e OS f onto tvr nair. Feel well.
JL fit well, wear well; fast black or money
This week I give tree wun every
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