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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1905)
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Senator Bailey ; Scores Virginia
University President ,
AT CONFEDERATE RE-UNION
, ,un i
United States Senator Bailey Speaki
Before Meeting of Confederate Vetsr-
ana Emphatic Denunciation" of Presi
dent Alderman of the University. .
Bring Action Against Company for Al-
. leged Breach of Contract,
Chicago, Aug. II. Krnest', K. Cole,
principal of tli Darwin school of this
city and 23 women school, teacher who
yesterday returned from t!" Lewi and
Clark exposition at PoRIand, Ore., lad
tite car wliiih they traveled In attached
on .a elatin of ifM lot Lrach of eon-tra-t.
' Tlie t'wli'r allege that tlw lourint
company, wiifcb they paid $135 aIi for
tiie round trip, ared to furnixh full
four diiinem and firt ehn ninng
flwnnnxliiti"n on th car. Inttad $f
thrwe, they allege that they were fed on
taron, lan, frkd pntatoca and break
fait fund, and that the car wan old and
"atuffy." -. ir'--
Mi;regor, '. Auk. 1 1. -United
Mtate Senator- Dailey wa (he priimi
pal jeaker at thp Cnfederat reunion
1m yenterduy, hi uljet Miitf a d
fne uf tin; fruitU, HI father wa a on-
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ikaltirBftffSv- . Fines Fhvor.
0- FORTLAIOt CRSCON.
STATEMENT OF r
At the ctoae of bnine AugiMt 10, 1903. '
Loan and din- " "
count ........ $3C?,80! 70
County warrants 13,139 40
City warrant . 43,449 82 02
Real entata ..... , U&
Dii from lnk 116'73
Cmh on hand.v. 53,930 00 , 73
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
Maintain unexcelled aervtca (rem the
weat to the eaat and aouth. Making
.Annkrlfnrtl . wl ' h tmlnM if all
tranacontinental llnea, pajisengeri are, Time eertifite. 237,130 12
lvn their choice of routea to Chicago, Demand certifl-
Loulavllle. Memohla and New Orleana, catee ......,.140101 641,B9o 44
V STORY A CANARD .
Sev VmI, Aug. II -inat'on
riwivVd firnn firrento, Main, U to tn
elTeit that ntntement jiublUhed a few
w-Ka 8(' conrernina; .r. niuiun . -
Cochran.. weUhy recent of Yonkew. drouth the polnta to th. far,
Total ,,..,......791,742 63
. L1ADIUTIRS, . ,
Capital paid in
Subject to ehelt.'IHft,7(4 31
. 33.000 00
, 14,027 81
federate and hU ntaiilfther a federal wa erroneous In aunouncing that ahe
That's Why Wise People
Astoria's "RELIABLE" Clothier.
periem a rewrtel.
uliMi r. Iwlnir in one hattl airalnt e h.had
other. Amonu - other tUnj,M ' Kvnator , ummer home
"I have Ifen pained within the ptt
few moiitti t learn that a Southern
man railed to the presidency of the l"ni
veriily' of Virginia eliotild ptak di
paringly of wmtherri tradition." lie
remarked that the .I'nivemity of Vir
(inla, hnvIiiK li-n founded ly Thoinai
leffermin and Mnit in a etat with uh
a hitny a Viruinia, should of all
educational hint Hut hma lie epe.ted to
teach the truth about the South. Hut
Dr. Ahternian, at a liiiWt in ' N
-York, bad made a upeeru biih Senator,
Hniley ileilmed, ehould have rauwd tie
blush of tiiime to tnount to the check
of every Southern man, at the table,
i " "W here are the Calhoun ami Cly
And Daviw of tlie South ?' Dr. Alder
man Inquired.' aid Senator I'-ailey, "I
mourtifully agknowlede that they are
gone i but by didn't hfk 'Where
are the, WVb.tera and the CboatM Of
the Noith?" ; ... ' 'v
Senator Bailey related an incident of
had been Introduced to appropriate 2V
(MM) to nuv he tene of a (Hmjn'ei'-
ioual delation for the Portland tin
attion. ' '.?' ''''' "i 1 '" '
Proaoectlva traveler desiring nfor -
matlon aa to the loweat ratea and beat
rniiten are Invited to correspond wltb
ran ay he i in her unual tate the following reprenentatlvea:
lieal th. havirijr met with no auch !b. IL TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent,
been truek by lightning at heri
Friend of Mr. Coiii-:
142 Third St, Portland. Ore.
First National Bank of Astoria, Ore.
A Helping Hand
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rtess, depression, backache and other ailments during those times
when Nature make a heavy demand on her strength and vitality.
Every woman should take :,, '','. '.".J
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Elks' Grand Excursion.
Elks' grand excursion to Portland on
Wednesday, August IB, 1003. The fat
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dock at 5 o'clock a, m. Tickets, $1.50,
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ImuMuiU a General Bauklug Bu.lueaa. loterol Paid on Tlma DepoIW
168 Tenth Street,
Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy.
Only a few years ago h was considered good form
to ncK the sink In wood thereby conceding the trap,
v Risking It inaccessible and offering a
YfjST place for the collcctioa of filth and
I 1 IV I -1 ft
j (1 If this condition exists In your
household, let us remedy the trouble
by Installing 1 inowy white
"itoadard" Porcelain Enameled
Kitchen Sink. Our work b tati
factory and prices rlghu
J. A. MONTGOMERY, Astoria Or
Two Locomotives Disappear in, Peculiar
Middleb.wn, N. Y, Aug. 11. Efforts
o rescue two lHoniotivea which Milk
ymterday in what U known aa the
'Bottomle pit," on the Tine IHih
branch of the Erie railway, have thus far
failed. The branch line l temporarily
out of bukineaa and a track ia.being con
structed around the mora.
The sinking of the roadbed at thi
time, when there haa been practically
no rain for six month, accentuates the
mere utory of the spot which has been
the talk of railroad men for yearn. W hen
the road wan built thousand of ear-
load of trees, rocks, and dirt were
dumped in to make a roadbed, but in
a fc months track and all diappeared
ml rehiiildimr wan neeeary. It Is
aaid the bnne of a matodon were dug
up during the early operations there.
Senator Ha(!cy related an Incident of
the laxt congreM. A bill had been intro
duced to appropriate $25,000 to pay the
expene of a congreiMonal delegation
for the Portland exposition.
He opposed it and succeeded in cut
ting It down to $3,000 about $400 for
each of the members of the party more,
if observed, than they would epend if
they helped themwlve. One of the
senators who was to make the trip came
to him and insisted that $3,000 wa not
enough, In response to which Senator
Bailey said: "If I were as rich a voil
are, V would pay my own expenses."
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I AN ASTORIA PRODUCT
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rale Bohemian Beer f$
' Best la The Northwest . S
: . - I
North Pacific Brewing Co.
, , . The Morning Astorlaa
ia on sale at
Lawii & Co'i Drug Store
Morrison ft Greenbaum'i
. Cigar Store..
Sunday Excursion te JTorth Beach.
The Iwaco Railway and Navigation
Company are selling round trip tickets
every Sunday "from Astoria to all
cotta, at a rate of one dollar for the
points en Long Beach, Including Kah
Forecast on California Fruit Crop Er
roneous Prices Drop.
San Francisco, Aug. 11. The Cal!
says today: , v
Vast losse to the holders of share
in Chinese ennneriea in California am
impending. As a conseniience. great ex
citement pervades Chinese ranks. Two
canneries owned by Chinese in this city
are liable to lose at least $75,000 each,
according to current report. Farmers
of California are also out considerable
sum if they lacked the foresight to take
advantage of condition that have been
presented to them to make money on
. . . -i , .
wnai was, not long ago, a rising nun
These effects result from the same
cause, a misapprehension, early in tue
present season, about the size of the
prospective fruit crop' of California.
Many rumor were circulated early in
the season that .fruit would be scarce,
and price rose to a high figure at
which existing contract were made.
Since then the situation has changed,
fruit has come in freely and prices have
dropiwd heavilv. , It i said most of the
whit eanner escaped, forecasting the
situation more accurately.
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