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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
THURSDAY, JUIY 6, toes.
UlKMORNlAU AMORlAN, ASTORIA, ()REGO
ISPOtESSTAS REVIEW GUESTS
WILL COME TO THIS CITY
Let u ugget that you
try a taik of
WHITE SPRAY FLOUR
If it'i not better la every way
than the flour you have been using, we'll
return tlx price.
PROPOSE TO CHILD
Fair Contestants of Spokane paper to I
Hrt EnjoyabU Outing.
New Court Hous5 By Overcoming
. lojolete Restriction.
ROSS, HIGGINS & Co.
Sole agents for Chase & Sandborn's Coffee,
A party of 30 popular girls livlns in
intern Waahington and Idaho art com
ing to Portland, Astoria tod Be lit a
guela of the Mpokeaman-Revlew. Bdo
kane'a leading paper. The o.ner h
been conducting a popular girl wntet ALLEN ASKED FOR OPINION
. ...... - .. iu iar tair, Aiona ana
th beach a the Inducement, and the
winner have jii.t been announced. Dur
I . I
In the progre of the content the Concert! M- w -r ,, .
KMAin.an.K.t-b. ...1.H.....I I Concerted Movement oo Foot To Evade
Cool Profrtai on Road.
The men engaged lu buildlng.tha coun
ty road around Smith Point art making
excellent pmgreM, and th grade
been leveled a far a the florist'. Thin
mad 1 to connect with the Young's
lay bridge, and It i th purine of the
court to make road connection between
highways now in riUnce that will
afford a fine drive from the city to
Young' river fall and back. The road
require but little repair to make them
ultable for traffic, and when the work
i completed they will make a wide
weep south of the city, One may then
leave the city by way of the J'ujt, gU
Miulh a far a the fall, them to 01
nry, and home by way of the Nehalein
road and fifteenth utreet. Thi 1 ly
far the most important rad Improve
went ever planned in thi county, a
the route i through the Is-.t farming
EARiE AVERS DCWSMUIR
WAS HOT DISPLEASED.
Claimi Lord Seemed Anxious to Comply
. wun yuarantine Refutations.
Spokesman Iteview published aome excel
lent view of Astoria and the beach
The name of the young ladiea and tha,
number of vote received by each, to
gether with their placea of residence
are a follow
Mi. Bertha Halloway, Spokane 20fl.0fl
ansa uara . Price, Spokane ,...128,714
1 Ml Louise Sinter, Pullman
Proviaioo Limiting County Indebted
nees to I5000. Contractor la City to
Submit New Proposition
If the effort now making are carried
iiiiaolto a successful iuaii ......
" f-ne, quarantine officer ""' ' ' Spokane , .10l,31u new court house may aoon be a reality
thi Port, wun mu..i I . !.,-.. I Mia Minerva Vt,v T..nl.l:.. nxeml
' lw iNfonie want a new court limine nH
an flora McDonald, KaUo .... 02.307 . .
Mia Ine Barne. Spokane .... m lhwr rntlm"ti h'l h the ome-
Mia Dora Ilrigg. paloue .,, Hi) 527 1m1 ' th' ""'"tT- Ever in work wa
Mi Stella Parker, Ward tier ... 79521) I upended on the buildinir. enterorisinff
. 1 " "
u Alice M,ere, H.llyard WAX citina have la-en casting about for
.n Man ic i urncr. Wallace rJiv'.Hl . . .
v. t n " m-a'mi mean of completing the atruc
MUM .Il'Hiali Porn f t,. oar I . 1 0
Mi Alice Janneck, N'orthnort
Mi Itta Tenneon, Chenev
Mi rramiit Honev, RiMmland
Mi I.illiun Tlioma. Sprague
In every tory and every .ketch Mr
!avenprl uncunwiiiucly lemontrate
th power of the cartoon. The We.li-rn
drawl, the ea.y .e and the effective
at thi port, wua quetioned yeterday,
wun reference to the circumtance at
tending the holding up of tlm Thi.tle.
ttie private yaht of Jame Dunmuir
Hie l!ritlh Columbia millionaire. Dr,
"I merely cimplled oUervance of the
uiil quarantme regulation in the
Tht!e'e cae, and there w mil the
lightt ill feeling in the matter. The
regulation require that a vei aub
je t to quarantine ehatl not proceed I
, yond the quarantine line, which extend
norm from Smith Point. The Thitle
wa brought opposite the city by the
pilot, and I notified Mr. I)unmuir that
I could not imtpeet hi ve.el there. He
promptly dropped below the line.
"When I went aboard the yacht Mr.
Ihinmuir greeted me ino.t pleaantly.
lie explained that the Thl.tle had
tean:ed up to the city at the uaire-
ti n of the pilot,' who had aured him
Watch This Space
for Prices of the
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win, the h,. u ... .., 1... :, tut ,. " M ,Mt ,nP-,''
u. 1. ., : . , " M M" th w- The owner of
" ' wuntw'- j the ya. ht fr.. not at all diapleaM. but
.1 . I ,"' cmed anxioua to comply with
III reperto re inc hide .( ni,, 1 .... . . ' 1 "
, ' , . . j an oi t!e regu ationa. There wa nut li
ami pathetic t..rie., and he tell, thed . . . ..
ii .1.. .... unp.eaani in me muter, 1 aute
-.r.- urn a- .nr ".nr., wun uil par- i y()u M
titular effectlveiir, which eem to In".! ,.' r . . ...
. . . , I i'T. Karle explained that the nuaran-
lohg to him alone --Na.tivllle naniier1.;, .... . . r,ran
, tine regulation were made for the .pec-
. , ii , . . , " . j purpose of preventing pread of o.
A full an I comp 1 1 ne of faru Imp e , ! , j
, , , ' . , ,wr" tagiou di-a"e, and that the public
menta, farming too, wagon, buciriee I ' '
, . . .... . , ... , uraiimcni oi me l nited Male
v. K.uu a. iv. wa.ion a larm im-
plement warehouse, 103 Fourteenth.
It chemically purified and Merilired
I handled and parked with the ut
I white and beautiful, a uTI aalt i
PURE AND WHOLESOME,
to and 15c Package.
li aimply deliciou.
'A TREAT THAT'S SWEET."
S,nd for illim(rated booklet, frf-e
government required trit compllanca
j with the law. He added that it would
-zr 1 not lie wise to aeume any risk where
(the health of the poeple wa involved.
I rl that it would be qutte a unwie
to allaw any veesel to depart from the
; ru!. a other vce oiight do the
fl735 ture, and it i iiwt iKKihIe that wr
oo-o-J out of the dilemma will be found.
02.89.1 yesterday Contractor Dougan arrived
f Apm I r r
Mj Nellie Harrington. Uwi-Um 52X)73 i.r. ,.f r-..... r.... r,
Mi. Uura Iteiniger. Rathdrum 52.052 L..1.1. .'. ''
Z :Tr;.:::- but when the supreme
'" nBouiir ..ii 1 ..ir l. r. 1.11 .1 . ...
i Ih- e Starret. Walla Walla 14 MH4 1 ...
.---11. .uuire VIIV 4VJ.Mil It n lin. t n ... l.l.ll.j .
,i I ' '"'it "'unur. n iiiiieuieunes 01
tlotsop could not incur the indebted
3.1.0.W WM which construction of the court
20.584 house would entail, the contractor'
2......J0 agreement br-came void. The foundation
24.907 -aa completed, at a cost of more than
21.828 140.000. and the utone basement was
21.479 wp unj,.r wlie t. contra-.tor
packed up hi toola and left for Seat-
Mis Ijiura Ahlers. Ititziill.
Mi Alice Cogan (Jrangeville .
Mi Winifred Diu-het, pomeroy
Miss Klla (iis-ck, Iji firande ...
Mi Jennie Dyke, Milton ....
Mis Hiiidce prii-c, Kllnsburg ,
Mis Aliie Strom. DavTm
DEPUTY ASSESSOR GARDINER
Will Be Succeeded By Frank P. Leineo-
weber of Poitoffice.
Investigate our prompt and correct
iil-iia Twelfth St, Aitoria.
; County Court in Seiiioa.
i The County Court met yesterday in
monthly esion at the time of the day
wa occupied principally with the con
eideration of claima. It had been report
ed to the court that the Young'a bay
bridge had not been promptly opened at
time for uteamera, and Clerk Clinton
wa instructed to notify the keeper that
'.ould further complaint be made, he
! would I replaced. The court will be
' in session tHlay, when ecvcral road mat
, tera wil le taken up.
Mayor Sign Warrant!.
Mayor Hurprenant yesterday signed
all the warrant for claim ordered pai
at the council last Monday niirht. He
I also attached hia aignature to the new
ordinance enacted at the meeting. The
warrant are now ready for ditrubu
tion at the office of Auditor Anderson
Deputy Asssor F. W. Gardiner, who
has been in the ofliee for several year
yesterday tendered his resignation to
Assessor Cornelius. At the meetimr of
the County Court Frank P. Leinenweber
wa appointed to succeed Mr. Gardiner
Mr. leinenweber will assume hia new
There are several way to secure the
new court house, despite the obsolete
Morse Department Store.
The Place Where Everybody Liles toTrade.
508-510 Commerclil Street
Mail orders solicited. , New Idea Patterns 10e.
to wale the contract in all department
and bring the cost down without de
trading either from the appearance or
conveniences of the court house.
Nothing can be done until Mr. Allen'a
opinion is filed. Then the interested
parties will hold a conference and if pos
provision responsible for the present un-'sible arrange for resumption of the
f .... . ... ,, ....
fortunate eituation, but the one most in
favor i now under consideration
Briefly, it is purposed to have Vhe court
house built with private money, and,
when the building is ready for occu
pancy, to arrange, with the men who
advance the necessary money for a
lease until such time a the county can
pay off the cost by means of a special
Office rooma for rent. Oo, W.
ker, Aatorla National Bank
The family restaurant of Astoria
rewgniwd aa the Ilea restaurant. The
best meal and the best service in Aa
.toria. 120 Eleventh street.
Come and see
Not high in price.
CMS. HEILB0RN $ CO.,
Complete House Furnishers.
duties next Monday. Meantime Deputy i '. xi . . 1
shrnr tn - 1 1 . P 5 Wv- T,le lotion now at issue is a
Mieritr Allen Anderson wll assist Mr . 1 .1 .
t. .. 1 1 MT- to whether or not an arrangement of
thi sort can lie legally made,
...I: , r """I ",,VM 91000 (M- some time past Judge Trench.rd
. W'T th H Commissioner. Clarke and Larson
... ,r wiri omce, Which Ik.... a : l .
iti.tiu. ..... i wra iiKu..ng vu me oroposai ana
p.). fl.HW and overt.me during the rush L.lun rnl,nt llr. i'
season. Hi place at the postoffice will . j :ij . , '
I- mi. i i. i ... , . . r, ""' it was decided to refer the question
be filled, it U thought, by the appoint-Li ...... r,-..: .
be lled lr, M ;rS" P Bf Pinbn " Probab'y rendered
be filled by Abe Minurd. who is at pre- . . , .
ent a substitute carrier, and there will . it.
I . . .n , . Mny carrful ,1,out vising the
i-e a acancy for t.me enterprising younBf.... . .
. - - " vwu.iii uu. iiC kiiouiq aeciae mat
man who want to enter the postal .1. .
W,Uun,U,..lvii the """ ma-r mort the court
" ' 1 .Mlf.. I h , . . ... . 1 1 1 .
M , . ... I .i.i- i" inr ("-iwu no ui aavance
r. t.anliner contemplate entering m.. t . . ,
n. , , '-iiuc iiiuur. iui us miisiruciion ana iiiai
ie Ullllwr bu. llcss nf s: 1..1,..
i...,g.-...riifc i-.n ur ruirreu inio oe
lu-un . I. . . . 1 . ...
ornonu.. .......... .-.u .p.i.isi . anu me coiiniv
ftiwunai, fflliliiun, I .u. 1..... .... .
tiihivvj .nr imin v.ii reiuin iw ine
former in installments the amount in
niciu sccm. jut. urani aaia I ;
ening that the scene at the expo-J The con rac B1 mot important
on the night of the Fourth was 1 of all, the New York championship, fol-""
J. C. Mayo, of the A. A C, has return- yolved, then the court houss may be
nuiii a irip 10 v or vann. built.
1.1:... v:..ij. ....! .. I
....n, r,c,a .Mv.ain 1 spenu.ng a few It was stated yesterday that Con-
uny with the Martin Foard1. tractor Dougan had a proposition to
Walter Jackson, who represents a submit: tn h rv.nnK. .,,r kf
Tortland cigar firm, is in thi city. it would not he .'i..,,iu.t ' ..n;i
Dar-I Miss Laura M'Vorl.n. .r t. I .!:. r- ....
OI uiKinci Attorney Allen had
Wash., is stopping at the Martin Foard been rendered. Just what Mr. Dougan
nome. i.. ; . .... .
i.i ... iv tw nB nut UMIIIj-a, OUL II IS
known that h. i. unrL-in .1..
( ----- aa "fining tv Jjrfc H1C
and Miss Maude Spcdden, of San Joae, construction nn.lr v .;., ir
n , ,. 'I -'-J C 1
t-ai., are spending a few days at Sea- 111 ttMlch U'lfh tnmA man nf n
t w i -' " "s. nit t vi iuran.1 niiu
I .ntaamriaaw Anil a i al I. a. t..t.i.
that fthoul.1 thm
- ss'a va wilt UIOVII1.1
the Annie Wright seminary. Tacoma. I attornev h t.ku . ..
... . , .,. A ..
tasii., is iing at me residence of may be made withnnr HiflR,...l t. tk.
nil ruani. I iwinmnhnn
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Sanborn have Th. Count v
returned to the city from their honey- herins
moon and after July 10 will be at home house should be a building of which the
n..i inriius at me corner ot Keven- neon e wou d h nm.ii .:..
I a a f N-vvt wvrv a fpni. la H r
tnth atreet and Irving avenue. that concessions must be maSe on all
it. wingaie, lonnerly a resident oili,l.. and it it nt.nn.j i. v.
- i , c v. w .11V..11J nir
this city, but now of Portland, ia in Aa-
, - -(. a-.. vavavcr Hie WBl ui llir
ton for a few day visit He remark-1 atructurA oriirinailv AAnrAmnlara,1 Tk
- O" 'V iaitVA. uc
M yeatrdaY that he had obaenrfd. with n!a n unnn which fk
gratification, much Improvement in the ured, including furnishings, called for
. wr,. ,ne expenditure of about $160,000. The
United State, Senator C. W. Fulton furnishings were to be elegant, and the
MtnanaJ 1. a La. a. . I . O
.u.ucu i nlKnl ,rom uaKer Uty interior finishing was also to be beauti
where he spent the Fourth. ful, the plana calling for considerable
f d II . IfiMfaaaw. . II I .1
MaMU..v TTiuvnn. well KOOWTl refil-1 DisrhlA.
dent or rortland, w.a among the ar- Kow, however, members of the County
r i v o I a aw laat m I U 1 - I
...... .8v . express. court n0ne to be able to modify the or
George W. Hume arrived in the city Urinal nl.n k. k. . .
yesterday from San rranciaco on a buai building may be reduced by $30,000 or
n.u'lrin I. ... "
,' I Kla.OOu. Alreailv n.orli, clwi i
C , , j - v vu,uov uus
. h. 1 aimer, representing Blake. Mc- been k. t,..:u: . .
- - - i .--I - uuuuuiif anu ii a
Fall and company, of Portland, is in the reduction of $35,000 can be effected there
v ' I will be a balaneo nf Ki.t CTAnnn -s
. - v. wmW v,v,wv wr 4iu
000 neoessarr for eomnlt;nn
Grand Sight at the Fair.
Mr. Peter Grant, accompanied by his
son Dick, arrived down from Portland
last night. Mrs. Grsyit and Master
Jack will arrive in a few daya and re
main for several weeks. Mr. Grant aaid
aition on the night
beautiful one. During the day 53,739
people passed through the gates and the
crowd on the night of the Fourth wa
the greatest that ever assembled in one
inclosure in the Northwest, Mr. Grant
descries the acene as one of unusual
grandeur and quotes an exposition offi
cial who has attended all the world's
fairs as Baying that he had never orev
lously witnessed so entrancing a spec
tacle. The fair, Mr. Grant says, baa thus
far been remarkably successful from a
AST0BIA E0SE TEAM
wnrs BOTE SACES
Laal( Day' Banning at Oregon City
Proves Aojpidons Occasion.
In a speed race run at Oregon City,,
yesterday the Astoria hose teas
were the victors, making the run of
200 yards in 24 2-5 seconds. Oregon City
came in second. This race is known aa
the "Hub and Hub," which is purely ,
running contest, no hose being unreel-'
BOASTED BEFORE DEATH.
i i wmiiicnuu. ine
-..ieinuw me BOenew or the lands you matter ha. lr..J I !.i-
... . i ..v.wj wxu i-vuniuerea ana
visit by picturea taken with our Docket it
kodak. Several rea. Frank Harf. could be reduced by at least $25,000
urug Btora. d u.. hv . ,
Lineman Killed By Live Wire,
Laughed at Danger.
Sea Cliff, Long Island, July 5. Five
minutes after he had boasted that no
live wire would ever burn him, Thomas
Monahan. a lineman in the employ of
the Xassau Light company, waa killed
on Sea Cliff avenue this afternoon.
While he was unscrewing a meter and
disconnecting it the woman in whose
house it was remarked upon the danger
he, ran. Monohan remarked, "Oh. I
never give those wires a chance to hurt
After finishing inside Monohan climb
ed a pole near by. The man on the
ground heard a crackling above and saw
Monohan lying acrosa the wires, with
smoke coming from hia clothing and
flesh. Ihe helper ran to another pole
and turned off the power. Monohan's
body dropped to the ground, badly burn
ed and charred.
lowed. In this the team must run 150
yards, unreel 300 feet ot hose, break
coupling and obtain water. Then tajf
last link of the hose ia picked np and
four men carry it back to the hydrant
The second link from the hydrant is
taken out and replaced with the othetv
Water must be again turned on and the
time taken. Astoria won this test
time 53 3-5 seconds; Oregon City, sec
ond, 55 4-5 seconds and Vancouver, 62
With the conclusion of the races the'
Astoria boys left for Portland where
they visited the exposition. The am
greatly pleased with the splendid treat,
raent accorded them by the Oretron city
and state that they have greatly enjoyed
tnemseives during the visit. They will
return on the noon train today.
W. C. T. U. Social
The W. C. T. U. social which waa post
poned last week will be held in the Bap
tist church today at 2:30 o'clock. All
members are invited o be present.
H. F. Lewis, Chicago: Miss. Lew!.
Chicago; Miss B. Lewis, Chicairo: Mr ' :
and Mrs. Mulliken, Washington; J. D.
S. Stubbs, N. Y.; C. E. Codfelter and '
wife, Portland; F. A. Mason, and Mka
Julia Mason, Liverpool, Eng.; Joe Gold
D. Pillisbury, Oregonian; M. -vy-an-V
tein. Portland; W. Walker, fortland;
en, San Francisco; C. Bradshaw, St '
Louis; J. H. Cadogan, San Francisco:, i
James Hunt, A. L. Wakeman and wif
M. fweeney and children. Jos Merer
A F. Flegel, C. C. Palmer, W. Jones,
roniand; f. iJ. Leighton. Gus Wells. J
Blake, Chicago; C. A Lethers, Califor
C. W. Halderman has returned from a
West Side visit of a few days.
Troops Coming to Coast
Superintend McGuire of the A. A CL
returned last night from Portland hut
will leave today for the metropolis to
arrange for the transportation of th
Oregon National Guard to the Coast
The state troopa are to go into camp
there during the aummer. Details of
the encampment will be announced later
Buster Brown Stockings ht bts a j ciris
k i !
You won't get spanked when you wear
my stockings, 'cause no one can beat
them, at 25 cents per pair. Fed well,
fit well, wear well; fast black or money
back. This week I give free with every
pair, the Busier Brown Drawlag
,. mrvwMt uic mimical UWUK you CVeT Saw,
S.V. Your Stocking Ticket, Now h fl nrti.
They're Worth Money. your MeDlL BUSTER BROWw,
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For Sale by FOARD (EL STOKES CO.