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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1905)
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1905.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA, OREGON.
It look 1 food, but tates better. A Mw Breakfast Csreal
QUAKE! PUFFED f0CE
Bo easily dlgetqd that a clilvnlod) pla nay rat it and want mora.
60 nourishing and satisfying that tlia strong wall person thrive on it.
2 PACKAGES 25C
ROSS, HIGGINS Co.
WI SELL CHAM k SANBORN'S BOSTON coffees.
Nearly That Number Hatched Ac
cording to Warden's Report
Tba family restaurant of Astoria b
recognised aa tba Uesa restaurant Tbs
best Btaala and tba beet service la As
toria. 120 Eleventh street
Tba Talaaa Catering company's din
fg room la again open tinder tba ssmt
management Everything first class.
CuUlna and aervlca unexcelled. Private
dining room for Udlae,
Wuorl 4 Akerman, taxldcrmUts, mat
tree maker, furnitura upholstering,
harness repairing, carpet cleaning awl
laying. Ninth street
TO PORTLAND lis.
Tba 0. It. A N. company will contlnut
to sell tkkeU unlll October ISta (rum
Astoria to Portland and return for $223,
good returning until October II, 1006.
Join the shorthand cla In-fore ll In
(mi late. There will le after rcgrrl if
ini tiiUn aui'ii a splendid iMttluiiity.
Wisdom' achool, iiiHl(ii Mar theatre.
Special Sonod Trip Kxcwsjoa Batt af
Ijoo for tba fair via A. 4 C R. R.
Ticket! Sold DaUy Until
t'p to and Including October 19th, tha
A. A C IL R. will aell round trip
rurtion tkketa daily from Aatoria to
1'ortland and return rata of 13 for tha
round trip on account of tba Lewis and
(.lark exposition. Tirketa purcbawd on
or before October t will be good for re
turn passage SO days from data of lata,
and tkketa purchased after that data
will be good for return paaaaga up to
and Including October II.
WE HAVE A TEW
' Oiler at one if you wih to pro
cure a tip a they will nut lat long.
iil-isa Twelfth St, Asteria.
Tl U'lie of tlu? Maccabees will
give a ron nt ry dance at Hantborn' hall
in next ThurMlay evening to which all
the friend of the meniheni ere ittvitexl.
The price of admission will m gentle-
inrli, iO rent! Itulira free.
SERVICES OVER MUNSON BOY.
Furwral ervh over the remain of
r Mitnson, the 15 year old boy, who
aa drowned from hi boat, while fish
lug near the I'ninn Fishermen' Co-op.
rralive IVking tympany plant, will
lie lt-ltl from I'uhl'a undertaking parlor,
at 10 oVIim k tlu forenoon. Kev. ilium
Short will preach the funeral sermon.
A BAD DAY'S WORK.
II. latk worked one day for the A
tori 4 Columbia Itivcr railroad ami in
that -li'Mt space of time it i alleged
that lie accumulated a jag; a mu of
iimnry belonging to the railroad com
ny and enough trouhle to plm-e him
on the stud of retentane for a year
or two. lie wan ent out to reticle the
agent at Italnicr for a day and it i
charge! that while in that position ha
UMik all the money that wax paid in
and ient it for drink. He wa arretted
t (miMc. charged with embculing 73,
He will la arraigned at tiX. Helen to
ALL DONE AT HOME.
DISBURSEMENTS OVER $10,000
Warden Able to Enforce Cloaing Law,
By Assistance of tba Patrol Provided
by Boats and Packers Pishway It
CHARGED WITH ASSAULT.
M. F. Ilazen, charged with aaulting
a fireman named I-amhert on the steam
er Vanguard, using a table leg a a
weapon, will he arraigned before Justice
of the Peace (toodman to answer to a
barge of assault a noon aa Lambert b
able to aptiear against him. Lamiiert
is now in Ht. Mary' hospital for re
pair, but hi injuriea are said to not
be of a aeriou nature. I lawn waa ar
retted by the polk on Saturday even
ing, a abort time after the aault oc
curred, but allowed to go on depositing
20 in bail for hi appearance in court
District No. I, penaltiea $ 253.80
District Xo. 2, license 100.00
District Xo. 2, penaltiea M.RH
District Xo. 2, lieene 1,13H,00
ONLY WANTED TO SAY GOOD BYE
Total ripU ....1M!.38
HaMM-ry fund Xo. 1 273.13
llateiiery Xo. 2 IJ5.Vi.30
Wallowa river baU-hery 2,291.23
Yaiiina haUh-ry ll!.72
t'mHiia ami inith Coo river 1,432.34
Oregon City hatchery 550.30
t;.ncral fund 1.443.32
Ordinance to be Presented
SMALL CONTRACTS AWARDED
LICENSED TO WED.
Las Patiinlay evening a marriage
licenw wa i-ued Ut l.ogan MrKwan and
Mi Florem-e iJemlcr, both of A-toiia.
Council Holds Adjonrned Sesaioa and
WiU Meet Again Tonight City At
torney Smith Holds That Coming El
tioa Is Amenable to Primary Law.
Work on Locomotives of the A. 4 C. R.
R. Company Done at Warrenton.
The ehautlve and rontly work of
clumping the nine locomotive now In
rivit-v on the Alori 4 ColumMa Itiver
railroad line from roel to oil burner
will done entirely, in the company
h at W'arivnt.in.
The force at work there will be In
rreal to 20 men ami new and iiece
Mry tool and equipment for thi h'UI
Tli tank, conne-tiona and fUturea
will all l-e made there and the fitting,
mounting and flnUhing will lie coinph-ted
Tbi work will be very exeiiive, and
might have len done at conHerable
saving abroad, but the company believe
in rniliiig it money locally, and will
adhere to thi principle in tbi, the big-gt-l
nhop enterprie It ha undertaken
for a long while.
Full of Tragic Meaning,
arj tbee lines from J. IL Simmon, of
Caey, la. Think what might bare re-
ulted from hia terrible cough If he had
not Ukm the medicine about which be
writeai "I bad a fearful cough, that dis
turbed ro- "Ight's ret. I tried every
thing, but r-ning would relieve it, until
I took P. Kirui New Discovery for
C naumption, Cough and Cold, which
oompletely cured me." lntantly relieve
and permanently curea all throat and
lung dioeane prevent grip and pneu
monia. At Chaa. Roger' dmggit; guar
anteed; 50c and 1.00. Trial bottle free.
The Atorian, 75c per montn.
Come and see ns before It's too late
We are Offering'
- Never Before Heard of in
'' Before moving Into our new store building you fan get a big discount
on every purchaae. Wa are offering thi special Inducement in order to
save moving the stock. We llso pffer you . a selection from tha largest
stock of furnitura In tha city. A call vill convince you.
According to the monthly report of
ia-ter Kih Wanh n an I)uen, ub
inltled to me umru oi nn roiiiiuinMin-
er. at the tiierting at Salem )eterday,
ilii- total rcvii.t for the month of
Sfpteiiilier, were ! jr41.3H. while voucj-
cr for di-biirM-menU aggregating 10,
001.32. were filed.
The reMrt conUin a complete lint
of the conviction aecilred by the de
Htrtmt-iit. for illegal fUhing. with the ag
grrgate total of the fine paid.
According U the report the total out
put of tlie hatcher ie wa 0 jHTjOHO egg
with uftU'ient flh on hand for an addi
limal million egg.
' The. report follow in parti
"The fall clowi eaon time on the
Columbia river we were enabled to take
iwre of in very gmd hape thi year, by
the al-tame rendered by the bank
and alinon packer of Atoria, by vol
untary aultM-ription provided the fnml
m-fry to pay the expenc of main
taining a patnd launch on the river
and it tributarie throughout the en
!eMrt reirivel from the different
hatcherie are to the effect that from tit
hinook alnioii, egg have been xeciired
Salmon river hatchery Ijfl3,000
M.Kciuie rivf baUliwy Ma
Wallowa hatchery 1.438,000
l'mMiia river hatchery 4.HO2.0O0
In addition to the alxe there are
enough almon on hand for at h-at an
other million. The Wallowa hatchery
building ha lieen completed in accord
ance with plan and peci(U'tion, ami I
now have a crew of men at work mak
ing and in-tailing the hatchery trough
that are to mrnpy the building.
Oregon City Fiahway.
'TIh work on the atate flahway over
the fall of the Willamette ha been
completed by Contractor Harry Jone.
of Oregon City, in aeeonlnnpe with
contract entered into August 12, l!K)3.
and from the e-tinmto made by Kngim-er
A. S. Tee the rock 'material blated out
ami removed, amounted to 210 cubic
yard. Thi work ha made the gradient
of the fUhway very ey and should a-
uif um of no more trouble, on that
core; but in order to make it fully ef
fective a permanent plah board or
cup at least ltl incite high nhould la
put on top of the Portland Cent ral Hi
nt ric Company' nnwrtpt wall, wiiich
parallel the fixhway for a distance of
.V feet on the wetf in order to top,
to that extent, tlie ahle pour of water
coming over that portion of the wall.
With the aitance of thi hVhway,
we have been enabled thieaon to col-h-ci
nearly two million spring chlnook
almon egg on the McKentie river,
which wa very fair eomidring Cue ex
trenie low stage of water In the river
and the number that Were destroyed at
the fall, but in the future with what
improvement we have made, and with
the additional improvement of the cap
ping on top of the wall, I feel confi
dent that excepting extraordinary sea-
on, we can be aurd of enough spring
almon paaaing above, the fall to foe
upHr tributary streams to auVf us
of five or six million egg on the Mc
Kentie river and near that number on
the Santiam river evetj year," .
Young Man Makes Trip to Portland
That He Did Not Count On.
Thfe are moment in the life of near
ly every uian when he would rather be
mot anywliere ele than in the place
where be ouddenly find himelf. One
of the moment came into the bfe of
young man living in thi city, lat
evening, lie had gone on boaru me
teunier l.urline to ay good bye to a
friend who wa leaving the city. When
he walked the gang plank of the "team-
er he had no more idea of accompany
ing that friend to Portland than he had
of making a journey to Mar. Hut the
thing called fate will sometime play
cruel prank with human brfng. In con
verging with hi friend the young man
forgot time and the warning sound of
the steamer? whith paed by un
noticed. Xot until the boat had cat
off it line did the man notice that be
wa being carried away from a place
that he had no deire to leave. Fran
tit-ally be ruhed to the railing and the
way he threw hi arm around would
give all kind of new pointers to peo
ple who are interented in physical cul
tore. At the ame time be made des
perate appeal to the officer of the
loat to turn back and give him a chance
to iret off. Hut like time and tide the
Lurline wait for no man and the ap
H-al went unheeded. The name of the
young man could not be learned, but if
mime young man doe not show up at
hi regular place of employment thi
morning there w ill be nothing to worry ;
r Hell he Wk on the next boat. I
TO HOLD PRIMARIES
At an adjourned seion of the city
council lat night eontnut were award
ed to W. A. (ioodin for the construction
of a newer on Thirty-fifth street, and
drain on Kxcbange St Fifth street.
The contract for the sewer call for
$340, and the drain will eot the city
589., ' ' .,
City Attorney Smith holds that the
oming city election will be amenable
to the new primary law, and an ordi
nance providing for the registration, will
be presented at an adjourned meeting
to be held tonight.
PreMdent Norton presided. Mayor
Suprenant and Councilmen Bella nd and
Lebeck were absent.
Mi Kate Mattila entertained a num
ber of her friend Sunday evening at
tlie home of her parents, 1336 Grand ave
nue, in honor of her sixteenth birthday.
Came were played and refreshments
Mi Josie Hale Hush, superintendent
of school In Pacific county, passed
through town yesterday, on her way to
Don't let the children suffer. If they;
arc fretful, peevish and cro, give them
Hollister' Rocky Mountain Tea. Tha
best baby toniejenown. Strength and
health follow it ue. 35 cents. Frank
lira. Tilda Anderson, massage, 1470
cMand Avenue. Civen either at home or
Plana to Get Rich.
are often frustrated by sudden break
down, due to dyspepsia or constipation.
Brace np and tke Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They take out tha materials
which ara clogging your energies, and
give you a new start Cure headache
and dizzine too. At Chaa. Rogers'
drug store; 25c, guaranteed.
The Astorian, 75c per month.
Has been tba cry for years in this
city. Now yon have one, coma in
and see what wa wa do.
Wa make yon a suit or aell yon
goods by the yard. Fix sp old suits.
Recot them. Dye and make them
waterproof. All manner of repair
Old Library Room, iSj nth Street
SENATOR RETURNS HOME.
I'nited State Senator Fulton return
ed to hi home In thi city last even
ing, and will probably spend the greater
part of hi time in Astoria until be
leave for Washington about the middle
of next month, to atend the next sesion
of congre. H accompanied his son
to hi school at Baltimore after which
he went to Wa-hlngton, to attend to
"The judgeship matter i still unset
tled," tlie senator said to an Astorian
n srtcr lat night, "but I expect the
apMiintment to be made soon after I
re,urn to Washington, for the next sea-
ion. In tact tne presiueni ioiu mr ue
would take the matter up 4 soon as I
returned next month. A it I the situ
ation remains entirely unchanged. .
During bis recent visit to the national
apital, Senator Fulton again took up
the appointment of a receiver for the
Koseburg land oflice: He ha strongly
recommended J. B. Hegardt, now in the
federal engineering department, for the
Msition, but Secretary Hitchcock insist
that John Ijiwrence of Bend, receive the
Senator Fulton stated that be had en-
jived hi trip very much.
tSevenson's BoolT a tore,
Fourteenth and Coinmerckl Street
Cleanse your system of all Impurltiea.
Xow i the time to take Hollister'
Rocky Mountain Tea. It will make you
well and keep you well. 33 cent, Tea
to the "wives"
Sold only ia arorm-tieht
tinlT NertT in IroHc.-
J. A. FOLCER tt CO.
We have extended our sale to give
you an opportunity to get such books as
When Knighthood JYas in Flower."
-The Gray dock."
. "Master aristian."
"The Call of the Wild." 'f
and many others..
Last year flJO copyrights " j
Sale Price 75c
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School YOURS TO LEARN
TAKE A COURSE IN
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