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THE MORXING ASTOMAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SUNDAY, DECIMBIR 3, 1903.
WAYS OF MEN MARINE
German Steamship Nunantia For
WORD FROM THE ROANOKE
Yesterday's Budget of Waterfront
Newt, Garnered in the Rain Craft
Coming and Going and the Men Who
are in Command.
San Francisco, Pee. 2. After a Jang
rous voyage from Portland, during
which she was disabled otT Eureka har,
arsl afterwards tossed about in the
heavy seas off the California coast, the
steamship Roanoke is expected to arrive
at San Francisco about 4 o'clock this
afternoon. At 9:30 o'clock anxiety for
the veA-el was relieved on receipt of
news through Ue Associated Presa that
the vessel was off Point Reyes, 30 miles
north of San Francisco, and heading
southward, in tow of the tug Defiance.
When sighted the Roanoke was niafc
ing slow time, about 51 knots an hour,
but was not in distress. Tugboats will
assist her if assistance is required. The
position of the Roanoke lias been most
perilous, and the news of her eefetv
is certainly good.
Lcte Thej Roarf arrived inside,
San Francisco harbor at 2:15 o'clock,
and proceeded at once to discharge her
The steamer Roanoke, which was dis
abled several davs ago on Humboldt
bar and for the safety of which wide
spread anxiety has been felt, arrived
safely this afternooy, with) her pas
sengers all well. When the Roanoke
struck on the bar, she lost her stern
post and rudder. The hull of the ves
sel was uninjured. On Tuesday and
Wednesday last, while coming down the
coast, the Roanoke met with heavy
weather and strong winds, which held
her down to slow-bell speed the entire
lr, at F.urcka. (VmmaiiuVr Mayo i
in Portland, ami wit come down to
Astoria todav with Commander llcilner.
local light house Inspector, on the
Heather. They will make a complete
survey of the tender Mansanita, at
Tongue Point, Commander Hrilner has
already made a general estimate of the
tender's damage, but cannot say what
will 1 done with her. The report of
the inspector's will be forwarded to the
Lighthouse Hoard, with their recom
mends t ions.
Up Against It
The naturalization papers and mate's
license of Philip G. Grove, first mate
of the steamer Olympia, were surrend-
tJxs, mVrct avrVie apanU at
San Franeioo Wednesday. The t
of the Olympiads captain. John True
bridge, will la surrendered to the sec
ret sen-ice officers as soon a the steam
er arrive at San Francico from San
Pedro. The men are said to be Hritish
subject, who have no right to Ameri
can naturalization paper, and therefore
have no right to licenses to command
American veel. Captain Truebridge
bitaight the Olympia from F.ngland and
commanded her when she sailed as a
tramp steamer under the British flag.
He als) brought James J. Hill's big
steamer. lVkota, around the Horn fnm
New York. The Olympia was recently
placed under tl management of the
North Pacific Steamship Company, to
alternate, on the run between Portland
and San Pedro with the steamer Roa
noke, which was disabled in attempt
ing to cro the bar at Humboldt Hay,
Monday afternoon. llecause of the fact
that the Olympia ran aground in San
Francisco Kay, it was deemed advisable
to tike her off the run in favor of a I
lighter draft vessel, and yesterday the
company announced that ine jeana
would take her place although the
company agent sam thai 11 nau n
leen fully decided to take the Olympia
off. If it is found, when the Roanoke on to Portland.
arrives in port, that her repairs, will
require some time, it is probable that Th ste,m,,r Kiireka came in from
the Olympia will 1 retained in service, j rnuM.iHin) yesterday morning and
Should this be done, new officers will be vnt Mt rN ixt,t way to the metropolis;
TIh German steamship Xuimuitia,
carrying I'nited States mail, and bound
for the Far Fjist with a mixed cargo
arrived down from Portland and went
to the lower bay, leaving out on tV
tloinl yesterday evening.
The funeral of the late Captain Town
sen, of tlxi liriti-h ship K)kaonia, who
died at sea three months apt, was held
from Holman's parlors in Portland,
the remains being shipped to the form
er liome of the deceased in New llruns.
wick. Rev. A. A. Morrison, agisted by
Rev. A. F, Rarnays, rector of the Sea
men's institute, conducted the ceremon
ies. Many beautiful floral piece were
sent, and a large congregation w pres
ent, among whom were many prominent
members of the Masonic order, of which
the deceased as an active meniW.
Portland without waiting for
The four-mastiil schooner Annie M.
Campbell cam in from sea yesterday
afternoon and droped ,her anchor off
the coal dock. She is from San Fran'
cisco. She i up for lumber.
The three-masted schooner Oakland
from Sn Francisco to lVrtland, came
in about 2:30 p. m. yesterday, and at
5 o'clock, aiong with Ut) Aiiiie M.
tamphcll, left up for the metropolis on
the hawsers of the Oklahama.
The steamer Luiliue came to her
hrt,h hens at 5 o'clWk yenlerday after
ntsHt and went away at 7 for Port
laud, with plenty of business. Among
her 4vengcrs were noted Jacob Kamm
Jr., .1. Anderson, II. H. Icv, Mis C.
A. Hewe and Mrs. ) It. Kennedy
The Sue 11. Klmore is still waiting
to jM over the 1illamiMk ltr yith her
tow. the schooner Minion. She will lie
piitc a stranger by the time she sce
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
J The barken! ine Tropic Ittrd. from
san Francisco crossed in late yesterday
The tean-r luslondo arrived up from
Sail Franci'M'O yesterdav ihmhi and went
afternoon, from San Francisco, and was
brought to hT anchorage in the city
channel by the Wallula. She will go
up river today or in the morning.
The master of the Tropic lUrd report
il four ailing craft ami one big steam-
or hull down on the horizon, when the
made the. bar, but fiey had nut shown
up at sundown.
Lighthouse Service Item.
Commander H. T. Mayo, lighthouse
inspector of the Twelfth district, at
Portland, received a niesige from San
Francisco yesterday stating that light
ship Xo. 8.1, which was sent adrift by
a gale Wednesday, arrived in the Hay
City last night. Tlie vessel lost Iter an
chor, and as soon as new one can be
procured and her coal bunkers refilled,
she will put back to Iter moorings off
Qipe Mendocino Tlie vessel suffered no
injury in the storm, and as soon as it
was found that she was adrift he
captain headed her towards San Fran
cisco, lie deemed this the safest tiling
to do, because of the danger he might
encounter in trying to cross Humboldt
The schooner W. F. Jewett came
down (mm West port yesterday on the
hawsers of the steamer Oklahama, with
576.01)0 feet of lumber. She cleared, and
will get away on the early tide this
Tim steamer Daisy Mitchell came in
from the Ray City about noon yester
day ami tied up at the Callender pier.
Her "cousin" Charley Mitchell, the dock
clerk there was at dinner, ami she wvnt
JUSTICE GOODMAN'S DOCKET.
BEST GAME OF THE SEASON
Admission 25c Including Grandstand.
Finland, which has won freedom from
the czar, has an area of 142.(100 square
mile ami a population of 2,700.000. Kin
land was under Swedish rule for .Vx
year. Hy the treaty of rredciVk
harnn in 1H09 the country was ceded
to Russia, but it retained its laws and
practically it own system of home rule
until in I Him when the rtar l-gn hi
dicy of repression. The leading esit
for year ha been lumber. In lixx) the
value of this eprt was Jfc.TMitWK).
The population is uverwht-huiiigly Lu
theran in leligiou.
lam Coats and Umbrellas
With our usual aptitude for getting next to the good
things, and ourreadines to take advantage of every
opportunity fhat will m ls'iiefichl to ourselves and our
putVoiir) We have ju-t consummated another mum
moth purchase whereby we become the possessor of
another greu.t sempl line of ladies rain coats and la
dies and men's umbrellas at
Three Cases Handled There Yesterday
Martin Stanovich, charged with as
sault and battery, was fined by Judge
Woodman vesterdav in the sum of
a mild fine levied with a view to or
tuiu mitigating features of the case;
hut, despite the leniency of the court,
Stanovich tiled an oral phsi. of ap(eal
and will take it to the circuit ojurt
The Japan, Miki, who was charged
with kidnapping a young Japanese girl
from the home of Mr. KwarU, in lp-
portoan, was arraigned in Judge ,ism-
man's court yesterday aftermn and
entered a pica of "mil guilty" and e
ured hi temporary it-leas euding
investigation by the lircuit court, up
on cash Is it in the sum of ti-'Hl, which
was promptly fumi-dicd by ih- of the
many countrymen that Hoiked alsmt
liim in tlie sMirt nsxn.
A complnint chaining Frank lliaiideo ;
willi assault and battery iimiii t. tor
llmeman flhsl in Justice (hshIiihiii's
court, ye-li-nlay morning, ami un
sufliii.-nt guaranty in way of hail, he
was relca-sl, for uppearum-e and trial
tomorrow at 2 oYlixk p. in.
KIEP YOUR HEAD UNCOVERED.
Tke Coastaat Waariac f a Hat Prap.
There ar many men who wear thlr
hat practically all the time when awak.
and ara ttead wlib a heavy shock of
hair; yet If the scalps of theM same men
onra becama Infested with dandruff
rm, the parasites would multiply all
th quicker for lack of air. llaMn-
would ensue as the final result Nw
tro's IlerplcMe kills thesa grm and
stlmulatea unhealthy hair to abundant
rrowth. Ilerplclde Is a pleasant hair
(treating as well as a dandruff cure and
contains not an atom of Injurious sub
stance, fold by leadlni drusttvt. (tend
lie In stamps for samplt to The !Urpl
cl'ls Co.. Detroit.
Eagle Drug Btora, 351 S53 Rood Bt,
Owl Drug Eton, M Com. St, T. t.
Laurin, Prop. "Special Agent"
That Xnia present problem I bother
ing many mind jut now and to htlp
In Ui solution we will publish neit
aeek list of present for "Gentlemen,"
I-adie.," "H.)," and "Girla," prcenU
that can ba selcrled from our unusually
largi stock. Suiie of these will It
on display in our window this week.
Issther g'ssls, niaa rad and Novel-tat.
J. N. Griffin
Comes at a good time Uk, just when the rainy sejuon
is fairly begun.
Prices; 35c to $4.50
Rain Coats $5.00 to $19.50
All ladies and childrens trimmed and untrimmed baA
One Half Price
tie ifa 8 mim c
Where the New Things Make Their Debut.
REAL ESTATE MOVEMENTS.
There were four ilmnyes in titles to
Clatsop realty recorded at the olliiv of
County Clerk Clinton yi-t-nUy, name
ly: From the I'liiU-d States to Fled
Ilcndrickson, by patent, conveying tin
XK 14 of Section Xo. -jo, T. .. X. It. K
W: From W. K. Dement ami wife to
S. Klmore, warranly tit hi considera
tion $1Ml); conveying all th- tide laud
Iving north, ami in front of Nt Xo. -I.
Illock Xo. 1, Ms"lure' Astorii: Fkuii
John Johnson to Xels J. Kasinus--n
warranty title, consideration $ll'Hi;
eonveving land in the SK 14 of SV 14
it Se,tion Xo. , T. 5 X. It. t W.: And
from NeU Kadiscn to Ptr Jdmon
warranty title, consideration $lMlj con
vejing Lot No. 10 in Hhsk No. VI"
Van Dusen's Fir-t Addition to Astoria.
Ernest Bryant was in the city from
H L. Semplts of Warren was in the
II. J. Potter was over from rwrifle
K. Olson, the Deep River logger was
in the city yesterday afternoon.
Captain Peter Jordan, wife and fami
ly have been visiting with Captain
Charles Jordan at Cathlamet since Fri
day of last weey. Captain Jordan re-
tumud on Friday and rt, Jordan and
Miss Ada arrived home yesterday.
Miss fiertrude IWirker entertained on
Friday evening last, in honor of her
friend Miss flrae Farnsworth of Wil
bur, Wash., whose father i prominent
in that state as a banker and mill
f. P. Kavanagh, if Portland, the ors-1
tor of the day at the F.Ik's Memorial
service this afternoon, will arrives on the
noon express, accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. Catherine Kavanagh, and
both will be guest of Prof, and Mrs.
B, A. Clark. Mrs. Clark is the daugh
Our StocR of Furs
Is Still Complete
What is more acceptable for a pr
cut to a lady than a handsome fur?
Our prices on furs are lower than
ever, ls"i'aue they have Isvii lx-ttcr
bargains for us. bsik t lie in nvi-r nt
least. Iridic rravenettes till re-dm-'-d
Selling out all hats, every one
must go at a price. Street ami
trimmed hats. Our trimming season
is nearly at an end. We will not
carry over a hat.
Childrens and misses street hats
Another Shipment of
Received today j
NEW NAVAL 0RANCES AND ALL
KINDS OF FRKSH FRUIT AND
129 Commsrclsl St.
Phona Main 611
That's what the
The Ball Band Brand
goods are made fromj and we carry a
complete line, too. Also the bet la
. ladies, men and children's shoes.
S. A. GIMRE,
S43 Bond Street 0pp. Rosa Hifgini k Co.
A Fine Display of
Ranging in price from
$1.23 to $2.00
can be seen at the
(Commercial gtreet. A tori
ter wnd sister of the visitors. '