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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1905)
mE MORNING ASTOK1AN. AblUKiAru.'Ut
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17, 190s.
WE GUARANTEE OUR
and Java 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
OPPOSE BEEF TRUST
NEW INSURANCE COMPANIES
TO BEGIN BUSINESS
"Kosher" Butchers Erect
NO HOGS TO BE KILLED
If yon are canning fruit this year,
Remember that we sell the famous
$23 Commercial SI
Phone Main 681
Cheese That Will
Any Palate Please
We hare just received a fresh supply
of various kinds of Fine Cheese. Our
foods in this department is sure U
suit the most fastidious taste, both as
to quality and flavor.
Limsarger, 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, pet lb sot
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 fixo
Come in and sample our stock.
Capitalised at Three Millions and Backed
By Well Knows Financiers,
New York, Aug. Sti. According to re
port circulated yesterday in the finan
oiul district a new life insurance company
is Wing organired and more Uian .'1,000,'
000 already ha been subscribed. Non
000 already has been subscribed toward
it eapitalination. The lint of men who
have signified their intention of taking
stock includes some of the wealthiest
and best known financiers in the coun
Plant Is Finest in the Country and Cost I try
It ,500,000 Every DetaU 01 Mosaic u U understood the promoters will
Law Is Carried Out-Capacity Is Four t take definite steps toward beginning
Tnousand Beeves a week. business until ttt.txio.000 ha Wn tuli
scribed. Xon participating policies will
he issued aud it is planned to make the
leasn values 01 these policies practically
New York, Aujj. 2C-Retail "Kosher the fu" . In other word, if
I policy holder live to realise on hi poli
cy during hi life, the ful legal reserve
will be paid to him less five percent.
READING GOES UP
Week in Stock Market Is Sensation
butchers of this city, who recently
formed an organization to act independ
ently of the Western packer, have
opened their new abatoir. On the
opening of the latter yesterday, 500
head of prime Western cattle were
slaughtered, dressed and carried into
the refrigerating rooms, there to remain
until September 4, when the stockhold
era, who are also to be the customers
of the concern, will be allowed to come
in and buy.
The new concern was organized three
years ago and the plant just completed
at a cost of $1,500,000, is declared by the
promoters of the scheme to be the most
complete affair of its kind in the coun
The main building of brick and iron,
is six stories high. It is connected with
the company's own piers at the foot of
West Thirty-ninth street. Xo hogs are
to be killed in the new plant, as the
whole establishment is carried on in
"Kosher" fashion. The killing is done
by eight licensed slaughterers under the
supervision of the Rev. Philip Klein, 2fr York, Ang. 20. The week iu the
who sees to it that every detail of the I s,0l'k market was notable for the estab
Mosaic law is carried out. Ilishment of new high records in a number
In the near future the company in- of important stocks and for a sen
NEW HIGH RECORDS MADE
The Steady Upward Tendency of a Num
ber of Important Stocks During Past
Three Months Is Checked by the Read
ing Movement . .. ,
Tenth and Commercial Streets
Branch at Unlontown.
Decorate for Regatta
Thousands of visitors and home 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.
See our display ofDECORATIVE MA
TESIAL, CREPE PAPER, FLAGS, PEN
NANTS, STARS, ETC.
tends to receive carcasses from inde.
pendent packers in the West and dis
tribute them on commission. The ca
pacity is now 4.000 carcasses a week, al
though but 2,500 cattle will be slaught
ered for some time.
NO WIGS ALLOWED.
tional movement upward movement in
Heading. The steady rise of the lut
three month continued with slight in
terruption, but was checked by the lead
ing movement, which excited fears of a
corner in that stock and that produced
general declines. Trading during the
greater part of the week was large in
volume, with a broadening tendency,
out became dull and featureless at the
end. The improved tone of steel and
iron, cereal and copper stocks reflect'
the uniformly excellent conditions
KM UA I I A IVJf 1 I M
Officers of Vessels Return Their
SECURED THROUGH FRAUD
Also Return Their Licenses as Seamen
on American Vessels Acts Are Vol
untary and Result of Investigations by
Secret Service Officials in the Bay City.
San Francisco, Aug. 2d. TotoM
Quayle, first otlloer of the steamer City
of Sydney; William Dcveridge, chief en.
gineer of the steamer Redondo, and
Hugh Auld, chief engineer of the Algoa,
have voluntarily surrendered their
naturalization papers, on the ground
that they were- obtained illegally. Co
incident with the surrender of their citi
zenship paper they turned over their
licenses as seamen on American vessel.
This is by far the most sensational de
velopment that ha yet occurred since the
unearthing of the fraudulent citizen by
the secret service agents,
ALL THE OFFICIAL NEWS
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Seventh Annual Regatta, August 29-31 1
He who Is not a
This is not Jones' Regntta, nr Smith's
Regatta. This Is the "Astoria" Regatta.
friend of Astoria Is j Swing your partner at the. Country
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for lie 1. 1 lue for All, and All lor
Beat Kin to Death and Attack Children
Terror to the Country.
Berne, Aug. 2fl. A sory of the raid of
three great eagles come from Muhle
bach, county of Valoi , Switzerland.
I.ne bird of prey have made many at
tacks uMn ratle and animal. Itecently
they have even attacked person.
a snort time ago they attache,! a
On for All, sod At! for Astoria. M
The Crar, St Petersburg:
Xo use to remain at Portsmouth more
fun at Astoria Regstta; naval parade;
no danger there, ' WITTE.
"' 0 "
Say I It's bad enough If you don't
help Astoria. It's worse still if you
On for All, and All far Astoria.
The Mikado, Tokloi
Russian envoys bound for Astoria Re.
t Farmer Uowlliy's show at Iledrlck'a
theater will pie all th farmer, the
merchant .the young and th old.
0 ' .
, Koine of th Portland yacht, under
command of Commodore Cake, hav al
"On for All, and All rnr Astoria" has
been, I, and shall remain our motto.
Mr. I). A. llrown has presented th
committee with a S3 gold pier, mad In
1HM. Thanks, your nam is Dennis
heifer, continually striking it with their Shall I follow them! Possibly but J'our '""t ''h-
Regatta hilarity will indue Witt and
Von Itoen to accept our term.
Judge and Counsel in British Columbia
Liable to Arrest
ietoria, B. C, Aug. 20. A strange
conflict has occurred in connection with
the trial of the American fishing schoon- ported in these various industries. Crop
er Xorth C today, ordered to be con- advices were of favorable tenor ami
fiseated by Justice Martin in the ad- rroad returns satisfactory. The peace
miralty court for fishing within British negotiations at Portsmouth were partly
Columbia waters. At the lat session of factor though some disappointment
the legislature an enactment was made I wa expressed at the lack of progress
prohibiting the wearing of wigs in anv reported.
British Columbia court. Today Martin
and counsel before him wore wigs as a
foretime, the judge contending the en
actment did not apply to the admiralty
court, which has federal jurisdiction.
Legislators, however, contend the enact
ment affects any court, which sits in
British Columbia and say the judge and
counsel are liable to indictment for in-
ANNTJAL REPORT OF
SECRET SERVICE BUREAU,
Arrests Relating to Counterfeit Currency
J. N. GRIFFIN
Require the Most Carefal AttfBtloa as
Well as Good Soli.
Did you ever see a rosebush which
despite the most beneficent environment
of soil of sunshine and of atmosphere,
-seemed never to achieve a healthy
A ton of manure will not help a plant
that has a canker eating; out its heart
Tou must destroy the cause before yotf
ean remove the effect.
Tou cannot cure Dandruff end Bald
ness by rubbing on hair lotions, and
rubbing In vaseline, etc.
Tou must look to the cause of th
trouble it's a germ at th roots of
your hair which causes it to fall out.
Newbro's Herplclde destroys the germ,
and healthy hair Is the sure result.
Sold by leading dnigslsts. (Send 10c. In
stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
Eagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St.,
Owl Drug Store, 649 Com. St, T. P.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent"
Washington, Aug. 24. The annual re
port of Chief Wilkie of the secret serv
fringing .the enactment prohibiting the '-e "'mws a total of 512 arrets, of which
use of wigs in British Columbia courts. related to counterfeits of currency. 52
to altered obligations, 344 to the coun
SERIOUS FOREST FIRE terfeiting of coin and the others in con
IS FINALLY CHECKED, nection with various violations of the
It was Feared That Last Years Conflaera- The nationality of the defendants rep
tion Would be Repeated. resented the most of the civilized coun-
San Rafael, Cal., Aug. 20. A forest 11 hllt native born offenders led with
fire started last night on the Xorthern 'm- Itn'y MnK aecond with 42 and Aus
Mope of Mt. Tamalpais, between Wil- tria t,lir1 wih 13.
liams r;ulf and the Kent property. In geographical divisions of prosecu-
For a while the fire raced fiercely and it '" Pennsylvania led with 1)4. Xew
looked as though last year's irreat con-1 Vork had 77, Ohio 35, California 29, Mis
flagration which swept the western slope 23. All of the states and terri-
of the Bolinas range from one end to tor' except Alaska lieing represented.
the other was about to be repeated. One case was prosecuted in Cuba, coun
I . . . .
Prompt and vigorous' work, however, terfeit notes confiscated by the service
checked the flames, and at a late hour aggregated $3,!I34 against 11,350 the
the blaze was well under control, with previous year; while the coins secured
the prospects good for it being promptly aggregated $24,110, against $10,419 for
SIERRA LE0ENA ARRIVES.
Does NotSight the Ship Deccan
Overdue From Same Port
ictona, 15. C, Aug. 20.-British ship
Sierra Leoena arrived toniirht. 50
the previous 12 months. There were cap
tured Jo., plates of various descriptions
for the making of counterfeit notes and
454 dies and moulds for coining. A very
large proportion of the counterfeit coins
was captured in the hands of the mak
ers Wore being placed in circulation.
Arrangements have Ix-en made for the
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esuiuiisiiincni oi uram-ne ol the service
iav irm jiongKong in ballast, having
left ten days later than the ship Deccan, at Honolulu, where indications
which has been reinsured at ten percent Panted to the developments of coining
because of her long voyage. The Sirra enterprise
Lucena did not sight the over due vessel.
REST YOUR FEET
In a Pair of
543 Bond Street
Dr. A. Reed's Cushion Shoes
Don't limp. Don't complain of sor feet
But get a pair of these shoes at once. S
Si A. GIMRE
0pp. Ross, Higglns & Co.
Specially made for tender feet,
Don't say: "Oh, my corn I"
What makes the world go
round in business; almost tha
most serious work of man ii
business; and business aver
ages rather crooked. There is
no straighter 'thing in tha
world than Schilling's Best; J
four grocer a.
They then almost entirely devoured It.
nil . . k a .
cnoriiy aietrwaru a new,, exploit was
reorrded to their credit. The three ter
noie uinis inrew inemseivrs tllKin a
magnificent bull. The animal defended
himself with courage. But its head and
neck were so terribly ripped and torn for Japan,
by their powerful beaks that a veterinary
surgeon was called in to kill it. Don't flmir how muoh wilt tl. fle
All persons having rtsmis or bed to
'rent during the regatta week, will pleas
Why do th Japs win 1 tne number room ami the prrre
lleeaute they are "One for All, and All ,or M, h to lh' wT HegattA
.company, Mgn your nam ami aiuirea
for use on the room register.
rinaly they attacked a little girl wholgatt help you. Rither, say how much i
happened to be alone on the mountains will you help the Regatta.
Her terrified scream were, however, hap
pily heard, and help came in time, no
greater misfortune befulling her than
the loss of a few tresses.
The eagles have liecome the terror of
the entire country side, and hunters are
everywhere on the lookout. A similar
combat between a boy and a powerful
eagle is reported from (Jesteig,
The blue and the white,
And "MOWN" art atl right
J Notice Is hereby given that th As
toria Regatta company wil not be re-
i sponsible for any bills contracted by any
jerin or person unless accompanied by
On to th Regstt boulevard, wher requisition signed by the president and
ther I a "CASE" full of show. .secretary, which requisition mut b re-
o turned with the bill. All claims contract-
The IJnen Twine company, through n,"t " presented' to the committee
near their local agents, the Fisher Bros.' Co;,",,n tr" 'rom nuT "d
The lad wounded on the check offer four package of twine as a prize) n(l claims will I paid on demand.
ami hand contrived to drive the eagle to fishermen.
against a cliff, dealing it blows until his
umbrella broke. As the eagle made the
third attack, the boy drove his pocket
knife into his eye. With loud cries it
then returned swiftly to the mountains.
. Hy order of committee.
Princess Racajawea will wear an ele
gant Indian outfit, especially made for i
No Wheat Shipments on Pscific Coast
Ports to China Orders Canceled.
(Seattle, Aug. 20. Advices received tO'
day by the Hammond Milling company
of this city from its agent in Hong
kong state that the Chinese ls-iycott of
American goods has completely paralyzed
the flour trade between Pacific coast
ports and China. No sales have been
made since July IU and all orders for
September shipment have ls-en canceled.
The company's agent writes that the
bread-makers in the bnk shops of Can'
ten and Hongkong refuse to handle
American flour and the small dealers
dare not purchase it for this reason.
The trade with the straits settlements
and Indo China is also threatened by
reason of the fact tha the flour supply
for these 'countries is controlled wholly
by Chinese merchants.'
1 The SEASIDE HOUSE!
Sea Side's Most Progressivs Firm
F. Dresser &Co's
Conducted on high business methods,
Employs 15 to 20 people. Building
covers about 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, hata, men's furnishings,
notions, fancy goods.
Groceries, hardware, tinware, glass
ware, plumber and builder supplies.
Hay, oats am) grain.
EDWIN C. JUDD, Manager.
Clatsop Beach, Oregon.
Is now open for guests. This fln old
Resort, situated on th bank of th Ne
canicum river, only a few rod from the
ooean, offers to its patron th
Only Ideal Spot On
for fresh and salt water bathing, fish
ing, boating nd hunting. Free 'bus to
all trains. Address all communications
The .Seaside House j
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 f1ir Th'or f nr f ihlJaThm T Ci. T n. v
wkM4.auuivuk. xvaigci vJiure, larger stock,
Best Goods ftt Lowest Pn'ruc tlTATrtT TTO rvnrwtt
- - IJ .7J IiIVI ivv
E. M. LALLY, Hammond.