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TIIE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER it, 1405.
KICK IS REGISTERED
Portland Paper Claims Volga
Was Delayed Here.
RECORDS TELL THE TRUTH
Vessel Was Inspected and Released in
aa Hour After Sbe Dropped Anchor in
This Port Aberdeen Sticks in the.
Mud at Portland Dock Marine News.
According to the Portland paper ev
erything that i attempted at Astoria
is done in a manner that in anything
but satisfactory to the careful and me
thodical people who print new-yaper in
the city on the banks of the Willam
ette, ami no chance to find fault with
the officers of the government stationed
in this city, as well a private indi
viduals, is overlooked.
The latest howl appeared in the Tele
pram last evening and was to the effect
that the steamer Volga arrived in this
port at 8:30 a. ni. and it was not board
ed by Dr. Earle, Cnited State Quar
antine Inspector, until tVo hour later.
The story goes, on to state that the Vol
ga, was delayed here until 2 o'clock in
the afternoon before the inspection wa
From a Portland standpoint the story
was a good one. Hut the Quarantine
Inspector keeps a record of all hi work
and from this record it appear that
the Volga anchored in the stream at
9:30 a. m. and wa boarded by Dr.
Karle as soon a pos-ible thereafter. Be
tween that time and 10:3-. Thirty
six men had to strip and he examined,
as prescribed by law, and at the hour
la.-t mentioned the Volga wa released
Four resself lying at San Francisco
cannot go to sea beeaue the master
are unable to secure crew for them. At
Port Townsend two more vessel- are' in
the same perdicament. The InteAwtion
al Sailing Ship-Owners' Association ha
discriminated against Portland uv. lite
Free! Free! Free
One Magnificent Nickel Plated
Valued at $100. OO will be given
Away by the Foard (EL Stokes Com
In order to introduce to our patrons the quality of stove and ranges
we are handling and at the name time boom business in. our Dry Goods
and Crockery Departments, we are going to give, commencing, Monday,
October 23rd, one coupon with every dollar in eah you spend in either
of the two departments mentioned and on Saturday, December 23rd we
w ill have a draw ing contest at the store and the person holding the lucky -number
will be presented with one Nickel Plated Malleublc Steel Prize
Range absolutely free.
This Itunga, is one of the prize ranges that wns on display at the
Lewi and Clark exposition and L the -fRstr spwtmeH that thus far
brains and workmanship have been able to produce.
ReiiH'inlx r every dollar yon buy' Hc'retTWeVWmr clioii.-e for drawing '
the lucky number that much better. Some one will hold the lucky
number will it be you! No employee of the store will le allowed to par
ticipate in the drawing.
THE FOARD &
'qusetion of rate, cstablshing a rate of
j2t'w 31 from Puget Sund and 27 M
from Portland, claiming that the dif
ference i due to the expensive pilotage
and greater charge for sailor.
The steamer AWrdeen, which left
down yesterday, wa stuck in the mud
at (Vuch street dock and wa delayed
for several hours ays the Portland Tele
gram. The AWrdeen draw aUnit 13
feet of water, and wticn she attempted
to leave her mooring it wa found that
her stern wa stuck in the mini. A line
wa passed to the draw rest on the
Burnside street bridge and the steamer
wa pulled into deep water.
Tlie Department of Commerce and Iji
hor ha set up a new ruling in relation
to the life-saving equipment of steam
ers a i Indicated by the following let
ter, received yesterday by Collector of
Customs W. U Robh, at this port, in re
gard to the fine imposed by him on duly
15th last upon the steamer Cascade in
the sum of k'00 for failing to have on
board the appurtenance provided by
tne law of July 1, l!H.": The letter
quote the protest of her owner against
the tine and proceed:
"A report obtained by the department
from the local inspector at San Fran
cisco shows that at the time of her regu
lar annual inspection. IVeemtar 2.
l!HM. she wa fully equipped under the
rule of the sen-ice for that year and
that at the next annual injection she
will lie required to carry a "wot king
boat.' You will refrain from proceed
ing for the enforcement of the tine, pro
vided the money remains subject to the
department and provided further that
you are satisfied she i now fully equip
led in the respect mentioned. If the
money ha Wen deposited to the credit
of the treasurer, you will please specify
tiie place of deposit and the nnnilier and
date of the certificate."
The conclusion evident here is, that
the annual iiisection of hulls and lioil
er exempts a vessel from the applica
tion of new law until her next annual
in-iection takes place, provided she ha
been inspected prior to the date uHin
which tne new rules goes into effect.
It eertainely gives owner and masters
a leeway not wholly in accord with the
measure of safety their passenger are
entitled to; an advantage, however, not
taken by the owner) of the Cascades, for
she i now in possession of all boats
and other apparatus prescribed by all
the. law in force todav.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
The ship Charles A. Moody left for
Portland yetterday afternoon, alongside
the Harvest v)uecn.
The motor schooner Gerald C. came in
from Sileti yesterday morning.
Tne steamer Sue II. K.linore ariicd in
from Tillamook City at noon yesterday,
with a full cargo of dairy product.
The steamship Columbia croed in
early yesterday morning with a big con
signment of freight for this ort and a
full lit of passenger. She went ou to
Portland at 11 a. m.
The steamer Alliance and Aberdeen
were simultaneous arrivals at the Cal
lender dock early yesterday morning,
the former from San Francisco and the
latter from Portland. Captain Cray.
Port land manager of the line wa a pas
senger on the Ahcrdecu and returned to
Portland on the Alliance. It was under
stood the captains of the respective
steamers were to exchange command
at this Kirt, but for some reason, this
did not come to pas. The Aberdeen left
out for Cray's Harbor and the Alliance
went up the river.
The Herman ship F.ilheck reached this
Hirt from Portland early yesterday
morning and w ill go to sea today.
The towing steamer Oklaliama arrived
down from Portland yetciday morning
with the lumlier laden schooner Vir
ginia and Oakland on her hawsers. The
latter esel went to sea on the even
The lighthou tender Heather went
over the bar yesterday morning bound
for Willapa harbor, where she did some
buoy york, returning to her Astoria
berth last evening.
Lightship No. C" recently repaired at
Seattle, i now standing off the Colum
bia river bar in place of the lately
stranded "No. SO." She was brought
round by Captain Byrne ami Chief Kn
gineer of the Manzaiiita, who have re
turned to Portland. "No. Ii7" will do
duty at the bar until relieved by " No.
.V)." and repair on the latter will lie
rushed a uon s favorable tides and
other agencies can get her to Portland.
The French bark Fouraine has crossed
in. and lies in the lower harbor, awaiting
towage to Portland. She will load flour
for F.uropean delivery.
Captain Clem Randall and Third Offi
cer Holmes, of the wrecked steamer St.
Paul, will, undoubtedly, lie held core
Minsible for the disaster. The investiga
tion by the government, now under way
at Portland, under the supervision of In
spector J. K. Bulger, of hull and In
spector O. F. Bolls, of Is.iler left but
little hope of any other decision when it
closed on Fridav afternoon. It will be
The French bark General De Soni
has beaten Jules Verne' "Around the
World in F.ighty Days." The vessel
made the voyage in seventy-nine days.
She sailed around the glolie and half
way back in ballast, bringing up in the
harbor of Port Angele. This i de
clared by marine men to lie a record
for sailing craft.
Party Sent Out to Look for Black Sand
Report Successful Trip.
For the past week a geological survey
party, under the direction of Glen Gard
iner, ha been out prospecting the black,
or magnetite, sand on the beaches at
seaside, Long Beach, Ilwuco and other
points in the vicinity. The party re
turned to Astoria last evening and will
make a report to Dr. Day, chief of the
division at Portland.
In conversation with an Astorian re
norter last evening a rnernlier of the
party said that the report to lie sub
mitted to the department would be of
the most satisfactory character, as the
sands were found in large quantities at
all the place visited. The party is
made up of Glen Gardiner, Walter
Stoehr, J. R. Thompson and Walter
Christian, with two laborers to aid in
the heavy work.
Plant to Get Rich,
are often frustrated by sudden break
down, due to dyspepsia or constipation.
Brace up and lake Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They take out the materials
which are clogging your energies, and
give you a new start. Cure headache
and dizzineen too. At Chas. Roger'
drug store; 25c, guaranteed.
TODAY FOOTBALL TODAY
A. F. C. GROUNDS
KICKOFF a:3o P. M.
(Continued from page 3)
D. T. Gardes
1). . Allen
A. J. Taylor
T. C. Ml '
At kria loan Office,
I'tainger & Sun
i . J. Tay o -
It, II. Farle
W. C. A. Pohl
K U. Wallace
Kelly Transfer Company
W. j. Sculley
U K, Ik man
Lukinen & Harrison
American Tea Co
Sieb-rt & Holme
S A. CJimre
Mr. K. Ingleton
Dr. Pilkington ,
U. M. Gaston Stable
A. Asp A Co
C. C. I'tinger
C. W. Barr
Dell P Sculley ...
.T. If. Mansell
J. B. Wilson
X A. Fakin
('apt. II. (iiHslale
J. A. Ilnmold
A. 0. Chuttcr
B. A. Payne
Bay View Hotel
MeRae Ford Company
A great assortment of ladies' fur.
The most extensive line aa well as
the lowest priced ever shown In As
toria. We quote a few prices to
give an idea of range of prices.
63 inches- long I 5.35
1 2-3 yard 7.65
90 inches .... 15.75
00 inches 18.00
2 1-2 yards 3400
1 1-3 yards long 1.45
1 2-3 yards long a.40
1 2 3 yards long a.35
I 1-2 yards long 3.75
Ladies', misses and children's coaU
in the new, latest styles.
Now is your opportunity to get
an exclusive style in a rain coat
Jo'm Peterson 1.60
K. A. Hamlin 150
Those Contributing- li.oo.
C. W. Spriggs, IV Finlay. J. K.
Johnson. A. W. Beneat, It. K. Klepprr,
Ed. Strnmeyer, C. J. Mahnsten, Harry
tarcn. O. F.. Jeldne, O. B. Belland,
W. II. Arbuckle. M. W. taunsherry, J.
J. I'Uinger, Fred Kennedy, J. 1. Richard-urn,
Fd G. Miller, J as. Coffman, J.
Vimoy. Sherman taivell, J. T, Sands,
J. P. Badollrt. R. K. Paisley. Chas. Ivrr
sou. T. W. Carlson. Allen Hughe.. T.
A. l-culiy, J. G. Ilayhcrg, K. G. Miller,
1 taml ert Larson, John Nordstrom, John
C. Clark, Charles M.-Kwsn, W. Iteed.
N. Bninold, J. 0. Rurnoburg, Tim.
Caye, H. T. Simpson. Jim Lovell, Hen
ry Sch-el, H. Parker, 0. A. Owen. P.
I' I'm'ays '. .la.!. Iti, Kmil N'yiiiiin
(. W. Ut tinker, K. ('. Gearhart, ('. U.
Higgtus. C,t-1. Dragolicti, W. J. Minder,
A V. And.-r-.cn, G. ''.t-rht W , T Sin
llott, K. Holies, M. F. Ih-lendes, Theo.
Uii-soii. Paul Maiion, (!. K. Dyer, Chas
Sn itii, Chas S.-alorif. C. Siei-in,
I ( F. l. kso-i. l...vd Aci. W. P. t'llricn
I. C. Il.it, I .co Wise, V. It. Powell,
V A. Stine, I! Heed. "J. V t I. ('
'' ILimpiuo 1 has Hiiinpl.i '. A. M
Sulvon. N'.-N IteiKinan, Vlti -. !i,irini.
Geo. Ohler, I) A. Higgin. Geo. Olsen,
II II Fieemsn, Chav K. J.nies, F.
Weatherford, In Stinson, t'has Dair.it,
J. Mi-4'ab-, Al. S-htoeler, L. J. Carlson,
L I'aldaiiiu. Fred I-armm, A. Gregg,
( hri Johns.ni, L. II lale, Albert Carl
son. F. F,. I'atiw, (Hto (ailson, D. S
Pendsa, Fmil Shuman, Jack Allen, II.
Morgan. Otto Uivell, F. P. U-inenwelM-r,
C. Dubeau, J. W. Adams. S. G. Tnillin
Kit, It. lioelof.i, II. Kaslerhris.k, O. W
Whituion, John McCann, F. (HI. Frick
Ark No n 00
Lung ( hong lo (hi
Lining Chang ,'iiHi
llloiig Viik ."i.iHi
I Wing Yuen S is)
Hong Sing 5(H)
Yokohama Bazaar 5(H)
Wah King Jan .'(..HI
Yee On .1 (Ml
Me Jin John 2 .'
Wing Sang Co 2.50
Hop Hong Lung 2.50
J. Y. Ouong 2 50
Wah Sing Co
I.dll I lee
I, inn Foo
Kwing On ('hung
( harlie Lee
Totig On 2 H)
Charlie Young I (Hi
Samsky I (H
N-m oiing I H
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Report of Treasurer,
Astoria, Ore., Sept. 25, I'lO.V To the
(Iflicers and Members of the Fleveuth
Annual licjmtta Committee - (lentle
men: I herewith hand Vmi mr rciMirt
of all motiii-s received and ilisbui s(.,
by me, for the Fleveuth Annual Begat
ta to date.
Subscript inn (4.5(17 .OA
Ib-giit ta Ball 125.50
Kilt l ies M2.(HI
( 'oucessiuiiH 4(15.05
Country Daine ' 501.2.1 j
lii lilrnc I from medal HMHI
Itetiiriied from Farmer's Fair
Itetiiriied from small sporU
Sale of groceries 1(1.23
Sale of oil clothing 2.50
In addition to the cash balance the
commit ten has the following property
Material for grand stand, one greased
pole, four tubs, eight chairs, two tables,
, Recapitulation. A
Total amount received from
all sources (5,813.74
Total amount paid out as per
II. A. Joachimton
Singer Machine Co,
U. U Knight
Dr. Fred rich
f Weinjja t
K ite Millinery
II. Mow irk
( ha. K. Gray
A. L Cerk
K. W. Mcl-ean
Balanee 4n 4iank ( 730.63
Of this sum the committee has agreed
to return to the Fourth of July com
mittee the sum of (107,0(1.
Yours rery respectfully,
If your clothes ate our clothes, tay
will be a credit to both of oa, ae (ar y
ppearancea go. We have bo eempstl- A
tori except the blh class tailor and
our proce ia one half hii price.
P. A. STOKES
"A DRESSY SHOP FOR DRESSY MEN"
List of Ptues Donated.
A. K. (Amis, one Columbia graplm
phniie. Not raced for sn.l returned.
I'urtlaiiil Moiiiiug MilU. four sack of
l))inplc lloiu , woo by Andrew llaiike,
I. A. Folger A Company, fit uir
coll-l-l IMg of five pounds (i, U, Coffer;
on.- and one half Ilia. (.. G. rofToe hiui-i-i
, one pound l.oMrn liitte tea) one hot
lie I1I11011, 2 0 ; one bottle vanila, 2
it ; one can pepper; one can tuusUid;
one can all-pice; one can ginger; one in
sage) one can cinnamon.
Prizes won a follows:
Ut. M. Tetaltochia.
2nd. Fmil Msllson.
.'lid. ( . ( lili. noii
4th. ( has. Laroii,
5th. No no-.-; sol-l
Mason, Kliriiisn & Co., lun ci-uis.
Won by Go Uritinll
Dwight Fdwar.U A (V, five 5 poii i f
tins M.N-ba A Jaa coffee. Not t--.--!
for and sold.
Ksberg (uust ( iyur Co , Iihi (M-netsI
Ailhur cignr. Not raced for and sold.
Linen Thread Co., thlee papers Kin
Ih son or Dunibnrton twine. Won l-v
Fi"h-r Bros., ('n. one paper Finlajwin
ni I in Ih r I'm twine Won by Fmil
( ln l i-h r Itul. Iter (n, one pair of
Slolll's sllilg pi oof rillibel ImmiI Willi
by A Sjert-ii.
'.it u Bros . mo ineii lirootn Not
rai-ed for and oh.
( los.ett A- lli-VeK. three 2 Jsilind tin
G V. (i-rTi-e. Vol raced for and Bold.
Cloetf ,v I lever, two 2 I 2 pound
tins (i W, linking powder; Not raced
for and sold.
Clossett A Di-M-rs, thiee 1 pound
pmkages (J. W. (Vjlon tea. Not raced
for and sold.
Ilclliiiili Wise, one $5 hat. Won
(Colli iuiicil on pftge A )
and Knife Pleating
No Hot Irons. Ke JJuuiag of Goods.
Miss O. Gould
Eighth Floor, Marquam Building.
Prompt and Careful Attention Given
to all Out-of-Town Orders.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
399 Bond St., cor. Ninth
SEE OUR BASEMENT BARGAINS.
The Astorian, 75c per month.