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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1905)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER i9, 1$
BAR, BAY, AND RIVER
One PUno TicKet With Every $2.50 Purchase
Rouh Bar And Forty Mile Wind
Act is Hold Up.
We arc sole agents for the celebrated
H.C. Fry Co V Cut (ilass Awardea tnc
gold medal at the Lewis and Clark Expo-
SOME STEAMERS CROSS OUT
sition See pur large display.
A. V. ALLEN
D0!PT DELAY-BUT TODAY. V
Ther art omly a (ew mart dtyi left Ou Fiat Leather Caeda, Pictnrea,
Books, TeQct Seta, ui Neveltiea, Japaaew Bratec, Baraed Wood aad
Leather, Fesataia Pen, Carta aid Calendars, u veil aa ear Silnr, Gold,
Glut ui "IteUl wart afford a great variety tt aeUct from Eaongs
Onta-fau aeed not wait. -
j. N. GRIFFIN
European Scum "Doctored Up"
And. Shipped Here.
SICK TEMPORARILY CURED
Immigratloa Agent ii Europe "Fixe
ap" Diseased Person ui Send Them
ta America Where They Spread Ua "hospitals' where immigrant auf
tuTojjrcn terminals of the big trans
Atlantic steamship lines and making a
special study of the skipping of Russian
emigrants across the German frontiers.
Most of the things which the doctor saw
abroad, are incorporated In the report
which he made to( the commissioner
general of immigration at Washington.
Dr. Fishbuerg said yesterday:
The 'curing of diseased aliens for
adnusion to the United State has be
come a tremendous industry abroad.
Ramifioatiom of the business mar be
found at Liverpool, London, Southamp
ton, Marvillea and at various frontier
cities of Russia, and Austria-Hungary.
In these cities I have on frequent oc
casions viited boarding-houses and so-
California Liner Senator and Tat Argyle
Hah It Local Boats Running on
TimeSalt Water Itfma From As
New York, IVc. 18. That diseased
European immigrants are "doctored up
in great numbers for shipment to this
country, is the charge made by Dr.
Maurice Fishberg, of this city, a special
inspector of the immigration service of
the United States, who recently re
turned from abroad. Dr. FMiberg spent
several months in the eld world visiting
Unexcelled for Beauty and
COLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES,
FINS CUT GLASS, STERLING SIL
VER, UMBRELLAS AND CAKES)
DIAMOND BROOCHES AND A THOU
SAND OTHER THINGS.
' v "The Jewler.
560 COMMERCIAL STREET.
Ita Ityllsfc Om, Bat It Makes
X man vsvaSy bars a hat that a "la
xyle, bat the modern hat (or men has
Iota to answer for.
Baldheada are growing moTt Burner
ous every oar. Hata make excellent
treedJnc ptsoes for the parasitic germs
which sap the life from tne roots of the
When your hair begins to fall out and
your scalp Is fun of Dandruff It Is a
sure sign that theso countless (arms are
busily at work.
There la hot one way to overcome the
trouble and kill the germs-tnat way is
to apply Newbro'a Herpidd. to the
caTp-H will kill the germs and healthy
hair H sure to result.
field by leading drugpiirts. Send 10c. In
tamps for sample to The Herpldde Co
Detroit. Wh. x
Eagle Drug Store, 351&3 Bond St,
Owl Drug Store, 549 Com. St., T. F.
Laurfn, Prop. "Special Agent.-
feting from trachoma la its most ad
vanced stages were being treated that
they might pass the examination and
"Trachoma is a diaease of the eye of
I which America has special horror.
"In Marseilles the "treatment' of Ua
choma has assumed remarkable dimen
sions. Here most of the immigrant
from the Orient, from Syria, Armenia,
and neighboring countries, come on their
way to the United States. Most of the
immigrant report to a man by . the
name of Anton Fares, who refers them
to certain boarding houses. Later they
are sent to Dr. G. Keynatit, Xo. 20 Bolue
vard d'Athene, for examination. Thoe
who are found free fro mcontagious di
seases received certificates ami are at
once hij)ped to America. But as soon
as one of thene orientals in discevered
to hsve trachoma, Fares take hold of
the unfortunate immigrant and says:
"There are only two ways pea to
you. You can either go by way of St.
Xazaire to Mexico, which Fhave agents
to conduct you aero the frontier into
J the United States, or you can go to a
doctor here and get cured. Now the
firtt plan in expniive and dangerous,
but the doctor is very ucce.fid.'
"Of course the poor fellow goes to
the doctor who, by the way, does a
"The Russian Hebrew come to Amer
i generally by way of Germany either
tailing directly from Bremen or Ham
burg, or going to England and embark
ing from a British port. Little is done
at Bremen or Ham berg to patch up im
migrants but at the stations along the
Russian and Austrian borders, the prac
tice is commons- In moat cates the so-
called 'cure is only temporary."
' HOTEL ARRIVALS.
WedfVlder, San Francisco. '
Winston, San Francisco.
Peterson, BaBy Center.
New York, Dec. 18. A serious auto
mobile mab occurred Sunday at a lev
el railway crossing at Avigneon. A car
owned by J. W. Spaukling, a New York
merchant, who resides In Florence, dash
ed into the birrier and was badly dam
ged,. . ' . , . "
The federal customs launch Patrol
Captain Smith, was placed at the ser
vice of Mr. A, Dunbar and his guesta,
Mcrs. John Wort man, a scientist of
Yale University, his brother William
Wortmsn, of Olds, Wortmaa k King, of
Portland, John Gralke, editor of thaBud
get and George KoWbd, for a cruixa on
Sunday afteraooa last to the Columbia
river bar. The party went ashore at
Fort Cwiby where the honors of the
post were dona by Captain Stuart, the
commanding officer there. The trip waa
thoroughly enjoyed by the party and
occupied the better part of tha afternoon.
The British steamship Croydon ar
rived down from Portland yesterday, on
her way to Japan, laden with food
stuffs, but the 40 mile wind and a
rough bar at tha mouth of tha river
had a deterrent effect on her outward
cruise. She will get away at the earli
est moment, hut it looks a good deal
though Captain Reed's prophecy of
a holdup for New Years, will prove
good. The Walluht's mooter Is a pretty
good barometer himself.
The steamship Senator with a fair
load of freight and a good big lUt of
people, came down from the metropolis
yesterday about 7 o'clock and left down
si noon for the bar, which she crossed,
enroute to Saa Francisco, on the after
noon tide. It was pounding heavy, but
the Senator slipped out "just as easy!
Sha took, as passengers hence, E. Kin,
B. Da Wall and F. Erwin, the tumbling
trio at the "Star" last week, and Erie
The steamer Major Guy Howard did
not materialize here on Sunday, nor yes
terday. The work of adapting her en
gines to the new oil-fuel processes re
quired more time than wa Cnt thought
necessary. The Mikr Is doing ber turn
between the forts and tha city for a
It is said that some one, by mistake,
opened the seacocks of the launch Elk
yeWlay, and thVe wi n tisM
pumping done by Captain Spencer and
his crew to keep the Elk on the top
side of the tide. But they mada it al
right. The Gerald C, is hung up at her low
er harbor am-horage, awaiting a favor
able ctiame to "cross out for Xehalera.
S'ie will make it as soon a anthing of
her tonituge doc but it is hard to tell
when. This is her twenty-fifth voyage
in June last.
The steamer Duiy Mitchell, with a
big lot of lumber and kith, left down
for the bar at noon yesterday, but it
was Waking too rotigh for her ami she
went back to an anchorage in Young's
The motor schooner Delia, Captain
Jenen, is another bar bound vessel of
the home-fleet. She can travel on one
end or the other air right, but when it
come to croing the bar on both ends
at once, she gives way to huskier craft.
The steam motor pile driver, J. A.
Mutvroe, came up the bay yesterday af
ternoon, from the Leathers boat yard,
and found a berth at the Cullender piers.
She makes good time and handles well.
The Russian bark Isabel Brown and
the French bark Micbek-t went up to
Portland, yesterday, on the hawser, of
The Lurline got to her berth here yes
terday afternoon In broad daylight and
left up on her schedule hour of 7 o'clock
p. m., with a good passenger lit and a
big lot of merchandise in her freight
The Walluta hauled the British ship
Vanduaro from the lower harbor yes
terday afternoon, to an anchorage off
the A. A C piers. She will go to Port
land, today, perhaps.
The Callender tng MelviUe Is buy on
a Deep River run and will be back this
morning if all goes well.
Smoking Jackets, Overcoats, Sox
Plain and Fancy, Plain and Initialed
Handkerchiefs, Suits, Fine Suspenders
50c to 02.00, Underwear, Nightshirts,
Lounging Robes, Hats and Gloves,
Umbrellas, Separate Handles, 02.00 to
020.00, Neckties 50c to 02.00, Over
shirts. Every Article We Mention Is Useful.
Every Article We Sell Is of Standard Quality.
Eiir main Wis
ASTORIA'S RELIABLE CLOTHIER
The 0. ft. 4 K. to tog aUajner Okla
hama 'arrived down yewtenday with tha
three-masted schooner Oakland, lumber
laden for Saa Pedro.
Tha Han est Queen is doe down- front
Portland this morning, towing the
French bark F.unft C4aia Rflier,
grain laden for Europe,
The steamer Alliance, for Coos Bay
and Eureka, will leave Portland tonight
and should be here tomorrow morning
ready for sea.
The steamer Xome City a ill be down
from Portland tomorrow morning early
en route to San Francisco.
The big oil-tanker Argyle came down
from Portland early yesterday morning
and went to sea on the afternoon flood,
over a smashing bar.
J. Q. A. BOWLBT, President FRANK PATTOX, Cashier.
a L PETERSON, Vlo. rrsiW.at J. W. GARNER, AasUUat Cashier.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital fsld la tmjm. ftarplu and Csdlrlsea rrolia tAJMM.
TrsoMsisaOtaeral Baakloa Business. latere fate on Tim. Deposit
lit Tenth Street.
and Christmas Novelties
CBA1TGS OF TIMX
. Tha Baltimore & Ohio Railroad
Commencing Sunday, November 10,
train No. 6, tha Royal Blue Limited, will
leave Grand Central passenger station,
Chicago at 5 p. m., Instead of 3:30 p. m.
and will arrive in Pittsburg at 0:36 a.
m., Washington at 4:40 p. m., Baltimore
5:60 p. m. Philadelphia, 8:19 p. m. New
York 10:40 p. m. the tarns as with tha
old schedule, thus reducing tha time
ona hour and thirty minutes. No excess
fare will be charged on this fast limited
train. All other trains will arrive and
depart the same as formerly. Stop-over
is allowed at Washington, Baltimore and
Philadelphia, not to exceed ten days, at
each place, ofl all first-class through
MORE COMFORT THAN EVER.
On Sunday, December 17th, tha Den
ver A Ilio Grande railroad will inaugur
ate a daily line of standard and tour
xt sleeping car between Diver and
Lo Angelce in connection with tha new
Clark road.' Both cars will leave Den
ver daily at 9:30 a, m, and arrive at
Salt Lake City at 1:33 'p. mM tha next
day. At this point the can will be
held over until midnight, thus allow
ing through passengers the privilege of
a stop-over of ten hours and a half In
Salt Lake City. Eaothound, these cart
will leave Los Angeles at 8 p., ra., and
arrive at Salt Lake City at 0:30 a. m.,
ftecond morning where they will remain
over until 3:50 p. m., tVnca to Denver
where they will arrive at 4:20 tha fol
lowing afternoon. This stop-over at
Salt Lake City of the regular line of
sleeping cars promises to be an at
tractive feature, for transcontinental
travelers. , '
Co.Co Xut Bolls
Ktc, eU., etc.
Co Co Nut
. Kt., et., etc. , ". ;
Cream Taffies assorted
Cream Wafer, assorted
Co Co Nut Brittlea
Tuttl Frutl Brittle.
Crydalksd Ro Leares
Crystaliacd Mint Leaves
Lemon Drupe .
Mint Ijomigw .A
Etc., etc., etc, .
Wa make la tha cleanest factory ia the world, all tha candiei and ice
cruma and aherbeti wa aeU.
Out of town ordcra carefully packtd. - '
Candies ia.Urga o.uantltiei from u t- ceati per pound up. - .
Baskets, Boxes, novelties and Christ mat tree ornament too numerous to
mention. Selling below coat.
Place your Xmaa order for let cretm now at 541-543 '' Commercial
ASTORIA'S LEADING CONFECTIONER
'541-343 Commercial St.