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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1905)
1HE MOUNlNli. ASTOltiAft. AbililUrt, o U,
SATURDAY, AUGUST afl, 1905.
WE GUARANTEE OUR
and Jaya Coffee
Which is especially put up for our fam
ily trade, to be equal to the best in the
market, and second to none.
One Pound 40c
If yon are canning fruit this year,
Semember that we sell the famous
SEEK THE POLE
French Scientist Equips Party for
MEN INURED TO HARDSHIFS
Dr. Anthony Varicle Claims That Failure
To Discover the Ninth Pole is Due to
Lack of Knowledge as to Arctic Con
523 Commercial St
Phone Main 681
Cheese That Will
Any Palate Please
We hare just received a fresh supply
cf various kinds of Fine Cheeses. Our
goods in this department is sure U
suit the most fastidious taste, both as
to quality and flaTor.
Limburger, the brick 35c
Just the thing to go with crackers and
Swiss Cheese, the lb . 30c
Makes a delicious lunch dish.
California Cream Cheese and
Tillamook Brick, each, per lb soc
Just the finishing touch as an after
We also have some delicious Pineapple
Cheese which puts the correct finish on
' any good piece of pie. Each.... 50c
Also Edam Cheese. Each $1.00
Come in and sample our stock.
4 w team
Tenth and Commercial Streets
Branch at Unlontown.
Decorate for Regatta
Thousands of visitors and Lome people
will see your Show Windows during Re
gatta and if you have an attractive and
seasonable display you will be amply re
paid for your trouble and expense.
&-e our" display ofDECORATIVE MA
TERIAL, CREPE PAPER, FLAGS, PEN
NANTS, STARS, ETC.
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 23. Letters from
Dawson state that an expedition i to
be dispatched from that city in June
next, under Dr. Anthony Yariele, a Pa
risian inventor and scientist, with the
object of locating the Xorth Pole and
establishing facta in connection therewith
of the utmost iinHrtanoe to astronom
ical science and to navigation. The ex
pedition will, be financed by the Inter
national Society of Polar Research nnd
Experiment, composed almost wholly of
Klondike residents, including Governor
YV. W. B. Melnnes, Dr. Alfred Thompson,
representative of the Yukon in the Par
liament of Canada ; Justices Dugn,
McCaulay and Craig, Major Zaehary T.
Wood, commandant of the Xorthweest
Mounted Police, and the several consuls
resident in the northern eitv.
Dr. Varce has already demonstrated
to his own satisfaction and that of the
Klondikers that the failure of all expe
ditions parties of the past has been due
in large measure to lack of common
sense displayed in equipment, compnsi
tion and method. The explorers have
not been men inured to all the rigorous
conditions of tlie Arctic;! thev have
dressed themselves unsuitably, u-ed tin
suitable dogs and vebides.nml drawn
the working forces from the military
and sea-going classes, the-ei knowing
least of all how to set about in the
Xorth and meet the exigencies of climate
and adverse natural conditions.
The Yukoner does not need fuel to
keep want), and Dr. Varicle's party will
simply carry oil for cooking. The dogs
will be fed out of supplies carried by an
auxilliury train of forty milk's, these
animals as their burdens are u-fd, l-ing
killed for dog food. The dogs will only
haul only necessaries for the men of the
expedition. And the latter are known
to be expert veteran mushers, knowing
Arctic travel and privations from A. to
Z. A number of these men have al
ready rohtntered for .the trip.
All the coming winter will be spent in
experimenting, and next June the drtsh
for the Pole will lie made via lirantr.
land, it bring estimated that the Pole
will be reached and the return made
within l.'M) davs.
In not a single case did the baggage
master refuse the request. While osten
siUly getting getting something out of
one trunk to wear the man or woman
would exchange the check on the empty
trunk or vttlixe for one of the best ap
pearing trunks or va!ie in the car.
When the trunk reached the destina
tion to which the dummy Isiggtige had
been shipped, Ahlrich would immediate
ly put a duplicate check, which would
lie transferred to another trunk, get it
and taken it to his room. When the own
er of the trunk culled for it, he would
he offered the dunimv trunk by the
IVteetivej of the road are now try
inn to trace the stolen articles. The
I Van woman admits that much of it
has been stored in various places, but
she refuses-to reveal where.
APPOINTS SPECIAL DELEGATION.
Royal Arcanum Pledge Delegates
Rescind Rate Laws.
New York, Aug. 25, Sixty-three coun
cils of the Royal Arcanum in this city
prulably will appoint a delegation to
the secil convention of the supreme
council (n lie held Aug. .10 at Putin-Roy,
Ohio, to see that the fifteen supreme
representative of New York state stand
by their pledges to vote for the rescind
ing of the rate laws established by the
council last May.
A call was issued yesterday with this
object in view. It asks the local coun
cils to meet in eeial session, when it
is proposed to discuss the ntater and if
found feasible the delegation will 1 ap
TO RESUME ACTIVITY
RAILROAD MYSTERY CLEARED.
J. N. GRIFFIN
Acta aa a Bar
Tou cannot afford to erow old.
In these days of strenuous competition
It is necessary to maintain, as long- as
rssib!e ones youthful appearance.
It Is impossible to do this without re
taining a luxurious growth of hair.
The presence of Dandruff indicates the
presence of a burrowing germ which
lives and thrives on the roots of the
hair until it causes total baldness.
Newbro's Herplcide is the only known
destroyer of this pest, and it Is as effec
tive as It is delightful to use
Herplcide makes an elegant hair dress
ing as well as Dandruff cure.
Accept n substitute there Is none.
Sold by leading drugtrlsts. Send 10c. tn
rt.smps for sample to The Herplcide Co.,
Eagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St.,
Owl Drug Store, 649 Com. St., T. F.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent."
Loss of Baggage Explained
Arrest of Sharpers.
Chirao, Aug. 2.V The Inter-Ocean to
la v sivs:
The mysterious disappearance of hun
dreds of trunks and other baggage from
railroad trains and stations in Chicago.
St, Louis 'and Denver during the past
two years has just been revealed through
the arrests of Roy Ahlrich alias I'oy
Espey, of California, and a woman giving
the name of Daisy Dean and her liouic
as Denver. They were arrested on a
chaise of stealing furniture from d
-tore in the Masonic Temple. When
their rooms were searched the police
found a large litirnW of trunks and
suit ca-es and a profusion of the most
expen-ive clothing anil toilet articles
for men and women.
Mi-s Ian confessed to the police yes
terday the participation in a scheme,
which has caused a large number of
railroads to lose a vast amount of val
The scheme was simple. They would
take a trunk, satchel or suit case con
taining only a shirt or Mime other arti
cle of clothing and check it to some near
by point. After the trunk was placed
on the baggage car either the man or
the woman would go to the baggage
agents and with hulf a dollar show their
check and ask to lie allowed to ojs-n the
trunk in order to get a clean shirt or
some other article.
Eruption of Volcano Popocate
TWO YEARS YET REMAIN
TEN DOLLAR REWARD
Two Make a Bargain, But Only
One Gets It.
ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS
Our lat Saturday a offer of $10. to
the one taking a colonial style Kimlmll
piano in fancy nunrtcr-sa wed ouk case,
wn quickly accepted by Miss Nellie
Today we offer another Kimball, the
World's Fair premium style, in a su
pcrb, rarest of rosewood cases, llcsidcs
getting the Special Sale price on tiii
piano, we will give A REWARD OF TEN
DOLLARS, tn the one who brings this
"ad" to our "tore today nnd buys this
piano, to reward you for taking us
promptly at our word.
ltusiness men appreciate having eontb
dence shown in them, and we predict the
sale of this piano before this store closes
tonight. We have done our Part to
wards making this piano n special bar
gain; now it is up to you to do your.
Hiiv it now.
c EIl.KUS PIANO liot SK .
4. 4424 Commercial Street, Astoria.
f Hsse4eeeee4tsss ,
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Swing your partner at the t'vuntrt
Secretary John-oil advert iscd for a
man to drive a delivery wagon. A man
re.Hiiidcd as fol lows 1 "I Mr. Yotnton
in!" "He s 'Veil, aye ban rea4 by
Eleventh Annual Regatta, August 29-3 J
Il who is not a friend of Astoria is
This is not Jones' Regatta, nor Smith's
Itegatta. This is the -Astoria" Regatta.
Oai for All, and Alt for Astoria.
The I'tar, St. Petersburg:
PARIS CLERK ABSCONDS.
the paper s are you need man who pool
the MMgoii. Aye skol like the yob. Ay
No use to remain at PottmoiiUi; more hhI boat for sax wake, w aye ran pool
fun at Astoria M'g.itU; natal parade) de livery
110 danger there. vMTTr..
Say! If bad enough if you don't
help Astoria. It's woise still if you
How mooch you
iHiy ane gool men. I hat s now Mr,
Johnson tells the story, and Johnson al
ways tell lb truth. jg
For he l: "One for All. and AH f-r
0n lor All, and All
Removal of Sulphur From Eitinct Cra
ter Causes Water to Collect on Stratum
of Burning Sulphur, and as in Case of
Mt. Elena Will Cause Eruption.
Farmer Itowlliy's show at ll.-dil.-k's
theater will plea all the farmer, t Its
merchant ,the young and the old.
Siune of the Portland yachts, under
command of Coiiiiumlore Cake, hava al
Mexico City, Aug. 2-. J'rof Elwell of
Stanford University who has ls-vn study
ing conditions of the crater of the vol
cano PoMn-ataMdt says that the remo
val of sulphur accumulated there will
after two years proluibly bring on an
eruption, on account of the water col
lected in the crater lieing brought in
contact with a stratum of hurtling sul
phur. The final result would be that
the volcano would liecome active as
was the case under similar conditions
with Mount Elena.
MAN OF MANY WIVES INDICTED.
REST YOUR FEET
In a Pair of
Dr. A. Reed's Cushion Shoes
Specially made for tender feet. Don't limp. Don't complain of sore feet
Don't sayi "Oh, my corn!" But get a pair of these shoes at once.
S. A. GIMRE
543 Bond Street
Opp. Ross, Higgins & Co.
Police Claim He Has Matrimonial Record
In Many Cities.
..New York, Aug. ty An indictment
charging bigamy was found yesterday
against George A. Willshoff, a dentist
and chemist, who is claimed by the police
to have a matrimonial record in every
large American City. Four uoinen have
been found who allege they were wedded
by him and abandoned after having
piirtcd with all the money they poss-
scd. Wilshoff hud Irf-eii -cen in New
York for several months hut the at
torneys who are at the !icnl of the pros
ecution claim to have a i lew to his
w -hereabouts. According to the police
complaints have been received from
Chicago, St. louis, Philadelphia, Kansas
(.'it v. lSuffalo, and Cleveland iiL'uiiibt the
man answering the description given,
$100,000 of Bank Funds and Popular
Actress Disappears With Him.
ew York. Aug So. Pari Is agog
with a sensation sm-h lis it has not en-
ioyed since the lltimltcrt ease, says the
Herald correiondciit. I'ntil the end of
Inly Jean lialluy was a punctual em
ployee of a great Paris hank, earning a
monthly salary of csi, out of which he
maintained a wife nnd two children. At
present he is said to be a fugitive aboard
a chartered steam yacht, which left Ijs
Pa! mu s, Aug. tth for Hueno Ay re.
Discoveries of clerical manipulations in
the hank book indicate an alleged short
aae amounting to nlsmt Wnd.iHH). Word
was received vestenfav that the yacht
hud arrived at Ihihia, Uriuil and the
party alsuird was under urre-t. A man
siipHsed to lie (inlbiy declared to the
I '.a liia isilice that he was a tcliian, M.
Ilarjuird, chief of the Paris dctwtive cr
vice immediately cabled tn Ilaiiin for
further news, and ordered the French
detective nearest Huhia to go to that
town and take possession of the prison
er as soon as the extradition formalities
Fr some month prior to his annual
vacation, which lws.nn An?. I, Outlay.
according to the noli.-e. hud been on the their local agents, the Fisher Pro.' Co.,
best of terms with a well known French offer four pnekage of twine as a prie However, W per cent of the people are
actress. Out-ide the bank he is said to to fishermen. 'all tight, you l-ct. Some goods now
have used various hih sounding titles jaday. have 10 -r e.nt shmldy. Most
and led a merrv career t'hfs was Princes Sacajawen will wear an ele- jewelry has some alloy, but Astoria I at
learned durinir an invest iinition. which K"t Indian outfit, especially made for nt per cent wind and nearly pine
The Mikado, Toktoi
Husslaii envoy bound for Astoria Re
gatta. Shall I follow them! Possibly
Itcgutta. hilarity will induce Witte and
Von Itosen to accept our terms.
Why do the Jup win! : "One for All, and All for Astoria" has
tccaiie they are "(n for All, and All Is-en, l, ami shall remain our motto.
for Japan." I o
o Mr. I). A. Hrown ha presented the
Don't figure how much will the fie. committee with a W gold pleee, made In
gat ta help you. Rather, say how much H.V1. Thank, your name I Dennis
will you help tli'i Regatta. ,Hron, but your heart is in the right
The blue and the white, J 0
are all rlgU.
ltefore you say "the committee should
do so nnd so," upMlng you promise.
On to the Reg-.tt boulevard, where right now that you will g on nest year's
there Is a "CASK'' full of show. .committee, and after two or three
o mouths' woik show what you can do.
The Linen Twine company, through I alk ha never yet accomplished much,
begun when Cnlluy failed to return from
his vacation on the appointed day. Pur
suing their chase the detective learned
that the clerk hud chartered a steam
yacht and sailed from Havre with two
women and a large supply of provision.
A clue to the alleged fugitive was ob
tained throiiL'h a letter mailed at I.as
Pul mas by the maid, who accompanied
world were at once instructed to watch
for the yacht.
i The SEASIDE HOUSE !
OF GERMAN LOAN.
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE
SERVICE TO TONOPAH
Southern Pacific Company Will Enter
Nevada Mining Camp.
San Francisco, Aug. 25. The Southern
Pacific eombany will inaugurate a
through train service to Tonopiih, by
way of the Huzen cut-off on the eve
ning ff August 31, when the regular
train leaving here at 7 o'clock will carry
tfirough sleepers to the Nevada mining
camp. The train will reach Tonopah
at !):.')) o'clock the folowing night and
will leave there for this city nt 5 A. M.
Schilling' Best are not c
travagant; quite the contrary.
Teas and rofTees good-enough;
baking-powd flavoring ex
tracts and spices pure and besl
and yet economical; soda com
Morocco to Borrow $3,500,00 From
Tunyier, Aug. 2.V The foreign office
in seeking to hasten the signing of the
Cerman loan which, is nominally ffcJ.'MHI,-
(XIO ut 0 Kreeiit of which .l.'iO,(HKI will
lie retained as a guarantee of the pay
ment of two V'enrs intciest.The loans
will lie secured by hinds in th suburbs
of Taiiuicr. It is rcdccmiillc 111 two
years unless merged into more impor
tant financial operations.
Sea Side's Most Progressiva Firm
E Dresser &Co's
Conducted on high business methods.
Employs 15 to 20 people. Building
covers shout 25.000 square feet of
floor space; has large show windows.
Everything arranged In departments
Wool dress goods, silks, wash goods,
men's shoes, ladies' children's and
Clothing, hats, men's furnishings,
notions, fancy goods.
Grcceries, hardware, tinware, glass
ware, plumber and builder supplies.
Hay, oats and grain.
EDWIN C. JUDD, Manager.
Clatsop Beach, Oregon.
Is now open for guests. This fins o'd
Resort, situated on the banks of the Ke
ciinicnui river, only a few rods from the
ocean, offers to its patrons the
Only Ideal Spot On
for freh and salt water bathing, fish
ing, boating and hunting. Free 'litis to
all trains. Address all communication
The Seaside House
You Can Save Money
If you buy your Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, lard ware, Rubber Goods, Confectionary, Tobacco,
Cigars, etc at
E. M. LALLY'S
Look for big changes that are to take place shortly
in our big, new establishment. Larger Store, Larger Stock,
Best Goods at Lowest Prices. WATCH US GROW
E. M. LALLY, Hammond.