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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1905)
THE MORNING ASTOR1AN. ASiUKtA, Ol.KGON
SATURDAY, AUGUST i J, 1903.
The et may trying. It way even
Jropalr your appetite. If you try
XING 08CAR BRAND SARDINES,
t cant hi 13c.
Your appetite will soon cm back,
while you will come back for wore
May I prejwired from
A fine dessert Jolly, 2 packages for
2.V or from
Which you all know. 10c a package.
Good Dairy Batter, 40c a Roll
HERO IS SENTENCED
Man Once Fought Valiantly; Is
' Now Convict
SAVED LIFE OF "BOBS"
523 Commercial Si
' Phon Main 681
Sara Grice Sentenced to Twelve Years ia
Utah Penitentiary for Burglary
Fought in Afghan War and Often Dis
For Your Dinner Table .may be- found
lere in plenty and always fresh.
(taeea Olives, a pint 5C
Manianilla Olives, a pint ijc
Bayle's Chow Chow, a pint i5c
Sweet Pickles, a pint 15c
Pure Honey, put up in glass jars, to sell,
according to size, at, each
;..ioc, 25c and 50c
Some call them Cookies. The follow
ing are especially good:
Maple Creams, a pound. ....25c
Cocoanut Marshmallow, a ponnd....asc
Pineapple Delights, a ponnd 35c
Walnut Creams, a pounl 35c
Maccarooa Snaps, a pound aoc
Currant Cake, a pound oc
Chocolate Date Bars, a pound aoc
The above mentioned goods do not
comprise all of the stock we carry. Step
in and let us show you the whole line,
as the cookies are excellent in flavor
and well baked, it pays to buy them
ready to serve, rather than to spend
your own time over a hot aen.
Tenth and Commercial Streets
Branch at Unlontowa.
Just Received from the Pub
' - Kshers. Adrance Copies
"From the West to the West," Duniway
"The Gam," Jack London.
The Purple Parasol," McCutcheoa.
"Outlet," Andy Adams.
"The flower of Destiny," Orcutt.
"Isidro," Mary Hustin.
"The Amathesy Box," Green.
"For the White Christ," Bennett.
-All in best of print and binding.
Salt Lake City, An. 11. -Twelve
years in the penitentiary for burglary
i the sentence pronounced. here on Sam
tJrice, who almot 30 years ago saved tlie
life of General, now Lord Roberts, tlie
..ead of the r.iitislt army, Uriee, for his
hraverv. twiwl from the hands of
ueen -Victoria -the Victorian cross.
During the war with the Afghans in
1STT. a force of British under comnmik
of General Roberts was almost surround
ed by an overwhelming force of half
avagc tribesmen. General Koliert was
J caught between the lines and had lu
horse shot from nnrr him. (V beat
pinning hint down when he fell. s
. Grice, with bullets fairly raining about
him, ran a distance of 000 yards, and
pulling Roberts from under the ani
mal, mounted him on hi own horse ami
Wd the vay kick to the Itritih lines,
Rotierts, seeing that the enemv .were
about .to close in on him, order a re
treat, but it soon becnnie evident that
jthe artillery would have to be sacrificed.
KoUerts called for a volunteer to go
back and spike the guns. Grice respond
ed, and alone turned back from the hot
ly pursued army and with tribesmen
shooting from all directions spiked the
nine guns that were by this time almost
in the hands of the Afghans.
Grice afterward fought in Africa and
about ten years ago came to Utah. He
has since served a couple of terms in
the penitentiary for burglary beside lie
ing sent to jail at different times for
J. N. GRIFFIN
MEN ARE POWERLE8S
1 right Agutnat Dtaease tTiteaa They
Strike at the Vaaerijlas Caaae.
To treat Dandruff, and Falling Hair.
With Irritant or oil on which a para
sitfo germ will prosper, li like acooplnf
water from the ocean to prevent the tide
You cannot accomplish a satisfactory
cure without having a right understand
tnr of the fundamental causes of the
Tou must kill the DendrufT Germ.
Kewhro's Herplclde does this because tt
to specially made to do that very thing.
When the germ Is removed, the hair
ha a no choice but to resume healthy
growth and beauty,
"Destroy the cause, you remove the
Bold by leading- drugirlits. Bend 10c. In
amp for sample to The Herplcide Co.,
Eagle Drug Store, 311-353 Bond St.,
1 Drug Store, 649 Com. St, T. F.
Laurin, Prop, "Special Agent."
Chinese Boycott, Says Shanghai Dis
patch, Growing Stronger,
New York, Aug. 11. The boycott of
American trade has spread far beyond
the anticipation of it early support
ers, says a Shanghai dispatch to the
Times. It is now regarded with serious
fear Ijy the chamber of commerce, which
ee in it a bad influence on foreign
trade generally. The demands of the
agitators include the repudiation of for
ward contracts for American goods.
which, it is calculated, will affect prom
inent native dealers heavily involved
in such transactions.
The campaign is being fostered by
meetings leaflets, and the native press.
The publication of President Roosevelt's
message insuring the Chinese travelers,
merchantn' and student.' entrance to
America and courteous treatment ha
ieen without effect.
Tryst Formed With Southern Girl Day
New ork. Aug. II. News of tne
rescue of Aanthony Fiala, head of the
second Ziegler expedition in search of
the north pole, yesterday, caused the
announcement, by his family in Brook
!vn, of hi engagement to Miss Clare
l'uryear of Nashville, Term. The South
eru girl promised on the day Fiala'a c
pedition tailed to be hit bride, but the
engagement wa kept a secret pending
news of hi return. ;
The explorer first tnet Miss Puryear
eight venr ago. when iie visited Nash-
ille with a troop of HixMklyn cavalry
which took part in the New York day
ceremonies at the Tennessee expedition.
Announcement was made yesterday at
the ollieo ot the lute . 11. eigler HI
this city that the member of the Fialit
purty will lie brought back to thi conn
try and scut to their homes. When that
ha tscii done no further attempt backed
bv the Zeigler estate will be made to
r'ach the north pole, as the executors
have no desircta continue the work of
ROOT NOT HINuERFD
Secretary of State Severs Financial
DEVOTES TIME TO OFFICE
Elihu Root Resigns as Director from
Number of Financial Institutions As
sumes Secretaryship Without Being
Allied With Corporate Interests.
Canadian Railroad Committee Orders
Lines to Make Rate Concession.
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 11. The railroad
committee yesterday ordered the Grand
Trunk and Canadian Pacific railways to
make reductions in export grain from
point in Ontario to Montreal. Grain
product rates will also be reduced. The
rates will be equal to those charged
on export grain from Western states
by way of Montreal.
The rates to Montreal must be on the
Philadelphia basis while the New York
basis still applies via Portland, Me., and
St. John, X. 15. The effect of the re
duction is to place the Canadian miller
on an eioiul footing with the Western
miller who compete with him for
Tokio, Aug. 11. It i officially an
nounced at imperial army headquarter
that IIH P,usian officer and men sur
render! at Nioro, Sakhalin island, on
30S0OOO$0S0$OO$00 O$04O$000 0A
REST YOUR FEET
la a Tair of
Dr. A. Reed's Cushion Shoes
But get a pair of these shoes at once,
cr.ii.. i. . J--
W Don't ssyi "Ob, tcy coral'
fa) tit Bead Street.
r' vrf- i i r 1 1 w m m vv. .
S. A. GIMRE
Don't complain of sore feet.
Ross, Biggins & Ce.
New York, Aug. II. Secretary of
State Klihu Root, who recently entered
President lbxisevclt's cabinet, ba, nay
the Times today, severed all connection
with a numlier of tlnancial institutions
of which he was formerly director. Mr.
Root recently resigned, it became known
yesterday, from the Ixmrds of the Mor
ton Trust company, the National Dank
of Commerce, the Continental Fire In
surance company, the rule tiuaranty
Trust company and aeverul other cor
This action was taken, the Times con
tinues, in order that he might assume
the secretaryship of state without being
in any way allied with corporate inter
ests.. In conversation with hi asso
ciutes, he is said to have expressed the
opinion that it wa better for him to
I free of hi former connection with
these institutions us a director and for
thi reason he resigned from them all
Mr. Root had been a director of some
these institutions for a number of
years, including the period when he was
secretary of war. Inquiry among bis
former fellow director failed to reveul
.Mr. Root's reason for differentiating be
tween the two position in the cabinet
so far as they affected hi personal
Look Well! Sound Well! Wear
Well! T.wo More Homes
WILL RUN EXCURSION.
One and One Third Fare Announced at
Chicago. Aug. 11. The executive com
mittee of the Western Passenger asso
ciation, at a meeting held yesterday,
recommended to the association that
the road may run one visitor' excursion
this yeur at a fare of one and one thirl
for the round trip. Such excursion to
lie run either October 31 or November
Lodz, Aug. 11. A thousand socialists
holding a meeting in a forest near here
today were surrounded by soldiers. The
majority of them were arrested and
many of them were wounded in attempt
ii.g to escape. The military commander
sentenced the chief of police and the
burgomaster to one week's imprisonment
for disoliedience of military orders.
It pays to do business gener
ously. The proof: Schilling'
"Best. Full-strength and pure,
and the prices only enough tc
pay for the quality.
In the manufacture of , Schumann
pianos a high quality of material i
used, including the l-t imported wire,
felts, hammer and veneer. Only skilled
labor is employed in the Schumann fac
tory, and it stands to reason that this
piano is reliably and accurately made.
The Schumann piano lias year of pres
tige back of it, too, hautig been tlrst
established in 147.
It is not uur policy to ask "war
price for pianos, ami thereby restrict
sales. We expect, of course, to realite
a fair prolit on our business, but we pre
fer to spread it thin ocr a wide surface
to make it, in other word, on a llg'
volume of business.
In our bunt for "the U'st value for
the least iiionev" we have tuircha
ample of many other makes of pianos
than the Schumann, in fact, we are more
relentless bargain hunters than the av
erage retail purchaser can be, and more
uccessful, as well, owing to the ex-rt
knowledge we nse ( piano values
and out of all our experience, we can
coni-tent lv reis-immend this piano
strictly standard make at an excep.
tionulty moderate price.
A piano well lauight is half sold nl
ready, and our skill in buying pianos
coupled with our ilioney-saxing method
of selling them, insures you a bargain
from anv one of the thirtv-llve
litfereiit make which we are offering,
And mind you, we will not handle any
piano where there is a middleman's profit
to pay, as i the case with other linns,
We buv them from the manufacturer
in job lots and deliver direct to yon with
only one margin, the wiling e-s'iise
In proof of our assertions, we point
with pardonable pride to the many sale
we are making daily to your friends and
neighbor, intelligent men and women
who have Isiught from u after careful
investigation and comparison of our
methods with those of other houses in
the same line of business.
Witness these: Mr. J. W. Doran C'
cure n lieatitiful sample of the Schll
mann piano in a fancy, quarter-sawed
ouk case, and Mr. Ituth Crawford se
cures a handsome tvle of the same
piano in a choice mahogany case.
We are leader in our line, being the
largest wholesale and retail piano and
organ dealer in the I'nited State to
day. Rememlier the name, FILERS
PIANO HOrSK, established in Astoria,
January, 1001. A. It. Cyrus, local man
ager; F. N. Smith, tei-ial salesman in
charge. Store ojsn evenings, 422 and
424 Commercial street, opposite Sher
ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS ;
CANADIAN SAILS EXEMPT.
Ottawa, Ang. 11. The Dominion gov
eminent yesterday passed an order in
council that the steel bounty shall not
apply on steel rail made in Canada.
The Industrie at the Noo maintain they
have a much right to bounty on steel
rail mn structural steel.
Cure dizzy ape!!, tired feeling, stom
ach, kidney and liver trouble. Makes
you well and keep you well. That's
what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will do. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets, at
Frank Hart's drug store.
Tbe Morning Astorian
is for sale at the news standi of the
OREGON NEWS COMPANY
147 Sixth Street 125 Sixth Street
In this, age of keen competition a
Business Education I an indipemdble
adjunct to the ambitious young man or
young woman who wishes to succeed
in business lifl. We have the reputation
of being the LEADING BUSINESS COL
LEGE ON THE PACIFIC COAST. OUR
GRADUATES ARE ALL EMPLOYED
Our teachers are all practical men and
specialist in their particular line. If
you are thinking of attending business
college you can not afford to ignore the
Stearns Building, Portland, Oregon.
Eleventh Annual Regatta, August 29-3 J J
The eomniitteo gratefully ncUowl- One for All, and All for Astoria,
lg' the following additional nbetip.i J.ettei ate !c,iug received daily from
I show men fveiywhete. The commltU
Flavel, ii); Mt Nellie will select the Ut out of the bunch
e. a Hat latci m commUtion
business . We have tumbles enough
without having to wutch nut for ticket.
One for All, and All for Astoria,
It i' well to caution the pcopl sgnln
Havel, !; Mis Katie I'lavel, M; Mr, land char
V.i.il .1.1 Sin, f'l...,,. ,.... VI n
...lit, t-,iin.it-, .iMLia vMOJ. .
V $10; J, K. Ferijusou, !; Jeff' Res
taurant, IIU; Cullender Navigation Co.,
f23t P. 8. Keiniey, 140, ami netal j
smaller amounts. I
laud again not to thaige anything to
i the Rcgutta company without a written
Ont for All, and All (or Astoria.
Captain Drown and ths AstoiU ioeoidi-r signed by the president and secre
team may be depeiubl u;on to make j lary. If anybody want tuea!, rooms,
the visiting tiremen feel at home. j ehvtric light, or anything, you du so at
0n for All, and Ail for Aitoria
The regalltt cilhs-tor wi'l lie around
thi week, so get ready, b yi, a . save
Ont for All, and All for Aitoria.
Man King ol the A'toru ritautunt
feels slighted Iss'uuaij bis nait:e did tsot
appear in the list previously published,
Hing wa one of the frt to put hi
name down and did it cheerfully, lie
'v.iiir nun rial nnli un olth'UI nr.Ur
pfopfi'ly signed, Is presented.
Oat for All, and All for Astoria.
On for All, and All for Astoria.
What are you going to wear at the
country dance! The best fUJleri ia
the Ullage will play and I'ncl Cy
S.pieaker will do the calling.
All person havlrg room or lied to
rott dating the rcg.it U week, will plratt
nd the inimls-r of rooms and ths prk-a
for each to the Secretary of the Rrgt
ia Company. Sign your name and ad
divs for ue on the room register.
On for All, and All for Astoria.
The Red Men of Chinook, ILimntond
Cathlamet, Skamokawn, Svcnsen, Clat
kaiiie. ltaitiier, l'oit!.u.d. Smth K-nd . REGATTA NOTICE.
and other tsiints, will help ('oncitutv I Noth-e is hereby given that the A
Tribe of this city to make the Lewi toiia Regatta Company will not be re-
and Clark Sucajawea feature a liowiiug sponsihle for any bill contracted by any
person or pernm utiles accompanied
by a requisition signed by the president
Ont for All, and All Lt Astoria, and secretary, which re.piUjti.m mut
It I a pleasure t- any committee to le returned with the bill. All claims con
receive the eimiuiagotnent of the pub. ft reeled must lie presented to tit com
lie and we fed that U people have'inlttee within ten day from the order
treated us loyally thu ist. Our sole and the bill and claim will be paid on
aim I to help urn town. "ine lor an, ,u"nianu. uy oruer 01 committee,
and all for Astoria" i a pretty good j FRED JOHNSON', HERMAN WISE,
motto, evea after regatta. Secretary, Pre.
I The SEASIDE HOUSE i
Clatsop Beach, Oregon.
I now open for guet. This fin old
Resort, situated on the banks of the NV
canicum rivr, only a few rod front the
ocean, offer to it patron th
Only Ideal Spot On
for freh nd salt water bathing, fish
fng, boating and hunting, Fre 'bus to
all trains. Address all communications
The vSeaside House
Seaside, Oregon. .
You Can Save Money
If you buy your Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, Hardware, Rubber Goods, Confectionary, Tobacco,
Cigars, etc at
E. M. L ALLY'S
Look for big changes that are to take place shortly
in our big, new establishment. Larger Store, LargerStock,
Best Goods at Lowest Prices. WATCH US GROW
E. M. LALLY, Hafmmond.