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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
SATURDAY, JARUAXY to, tool.
TATOOSII TO RESCUE
Charter of French Vessel
By Lon Tow.
HEADED FOR PORT TOWNSEND
Thnt Windjammerh Arrive la - Ftoui
San Pedro Columbia U Knappton
Mill Waterfront Itcmt of Varied
bring don; tha David D'Angers wilt be
delivered at IVt Townnd by mid
night, tonight an event that will waul
ly mvi her charter bow pending.
Hatice ta Mariner
The following affect the LiU of
Light and Fog Sign!, PaciAc Coat
Whougal 1W Light, No. 157. page
36 (List of Light. ltuoY. ik1 Day
marks, Pacific Coast, lOOrt, page 63).
Th characteristic of thi light will be
'hanged, February 1, from axed red to
Harrington TVMnt Gas Buoy, after
Xo. 106, page 30 (Lit of Light. Buoy.
and Daymarks, Pacific Coast 1906, page
57). Th characteristic of th light on
thi buoy will be changed. February
from fixed whita during period of ten
seconds, eeparated by eclipse of tea
seconds to fixed white.
Th following affect the Lilt of
. Captain Cbarle Bailey and th splea
did tug Tatooh will ear th charter
of th French bark David D'Angers. if Ughta, Buoy, and Dayniarka, Pacifie
nothing goe. wrong. rUTmi.
fast to the Danger oa th lower bay ...... -
yeaUrday afUrnoo. at 4 o'clock and Xorth Buoy K(fc 4
Tha outfit has twenty hour in which . . , , - , . .
, . , f Na each a red firt-class nun. her-
to reach Tacom. tb. tofor wporled .Jrift. wera! replaced
W expire, at midnight tonight j h.
Good luck to 'einl i '
Later: Th. Tatooah U now at ea.i Grtf' nrbor' U-om Wnt
Captain Bailey yesterdar made definite '"n Xo 4 bUck
arrangement, with tha "weather oberr-! r- n'Portd Jrift 3tnMT1 IS wi"
t at Xorth Head, that when h should11 PUcd M 00B M ,nu'tkL
hav crossed the bar with tha David j S1 SounL PR T9 roint Sho.1
D'Angers, h would flash tha March- B"y Xo. & a red third class nun. re
light of hi atearner on the oWrvmtorv 1 ported adrift, December 29, 1905. will
oa th Head; and at 7:50 o'clock lastly replaced a oon a practicable.
evening, ture enough, he flashed the! By 1 ' Light Hou Board,
powerful rT tqmrely in tha window . I C. Heilner Comman.ler, V. S. X.
f that lofty and isolated building, thus! Light Hou Inspector.
eonveying tha information that he wa
out and clear with hi tow. Ha ea-' cPa 41 S
countered a thirty-five mile nor-weter When a sailor falls in love it gvner
aa soon a h beaded up the coast and ally fetchea him up with a "round
it must have checked him up some, for' turn. witne the following report
tha observer report that the funnel of I of a love affair from Seattle: William
tha "Tat" was belching flame la great Stuart Keyes, chief officer of the steam
shape for a while, but as th wind ship Minnesota, who met Mi Mabel
abated to a twenty-knot breeze, itlLenvon. of Portland, when the went
ceased and tha sturdy little vessel and! aboard that boat a few months ago,
bar big tow are supposed to have made waa engaged to her before she reached
When Mr. and Mr. Keyes were married
in Shanghai they kept that Net a
eret. Mr. Key returned to th boat
and th couple proceeded to Hongkong.
The story got out and Key waa r
FLOTSAM AND JITSAtt
The IVptch was another bar bound
to break away yesterday morning oa
the erly flood.
I he steamer Cascade brok away
from her lower bay anchorage yester
day and lit out for th tioltlea Gate.
Th steamer Aurelia ram in from I
San Fraaciro yetrday and passed on I
to th metropolis at one.
Th Monterey went outh yesterday
morning la tow of the tug Deflanca, her
conoort Kaa Francisco bound.
Strikers Meetinj In Chiao Turn
ed Into Prayer Meetinj.
MINISTER ADDRESSES MEN
Union Member Meet ta Diacuu Labor
Trouble, But Minister Pray With
Them aal They Forget Object f
Netting aal Go Hsma.
fair progress up the coast Word was
received hers last night that the Pugel
Sound tugs Sea Lion and Holyoke bad
fceea dispatched to meet the Tatoosh
and relieve her of her burden, which.
Yokohama and married ber in Shang
hai, is to leave the company's service
immediately. It is a violation of com
pany rule for an officer of the ship to
take his wife with him on tha boat.
IS DBAWIKG TO A CLOSE. YOU'VE ONLY A FEW DAYS MOKE
IH WHICH TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THE SPECIAL SEDUCTIONS.
If Yoi4 Desire to
CHICAGO, Jan. 1S-A striker.' meet
ing with it attendant heated debate
on labor troubles, waa converted Into a
prayer meeting yesterday by the Rer
Th schooner Mabel Cale, one of the IX Vaughan, of th Forty seventh
Saa Pedro fleet arrived in yeterdy street Mthodit Church. Union print
"r-- I era naJ berua .th d schuUm of th.
strike situation when Pastor Vaughan
The ItrilUh bark Haddoa Halt from entered th hall and akd permission
Sa redro, cam In over the bar yester- to tak part in th discussion. Tha r
day afternoon. Sha will load lumber qut wa granted and after compll
for South African delivery. menting tha men upon their peaceful
methods of conducting tha strike, MY
Tha Callender steamer Weaona and Vaughan aidi
Jordan have been equipped with new I "l nion men have made a mistake In
life-raft, or catamarans, of four-person I placing their union bor their re-
capacity. iigiou duties, jour constitution de
mand that you do this but It should I
Th .lem Su. II. .rriviwl changed. Your first duty is to your !
in from Tillamook Bar yesterday af . rbunh. Let ws pray.
terooon with a good manifest of freight -x"7 w, '! ry
and twenty Mssengers in her cabin. nN"1 Alter in. prayer
iTweni k. k. right of th. Typo
. I ..t. : i tHt ..i.i I . t
Th. le.m.hip Columbia arrived in ' "uu, """
at 6 o'clock yesterday morning and left
up lor t'ortiand alter
the tt R. A X. dock.
a brief stop at
The Nome City got away for San
Francisco about 8 o'clock yesterday
morning after a ber-bound stay of
when the meeting waa cled tha strik
ers walked aedately out of tha hall.
entirely aUfld with the result of the
meeting although the strike situation!
had scarcely been touched upon.
CRAZED FROM STUDY.
The schomar W.
among the arrivals
iterday. She is at anchor in the city
SEW YORK. Jan. ID.-Crated from!
over study, U year old Herbert Car-
T. Jewett was ton, ,ftMP driving his mother and fth-
from San Pedro er tntm tha houe threateninir to rut
them with a carving knife, dived froml
the third story window of his home last
night and waa killed.
all Great Sales
Look at our Window and
fS.Si' $4-65 Salts
THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS.
UNTIL FEB. 1st
ao PER CEIfT DISCOUNT Olf ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS.
j PER CENT DISCOUNT ON CHILDRENS DRESSES.
33'i PER CENT DISCOUNT ON LADIES' WAISTS AND SHIRTS,
ao PER CENT DISCOUNT OH LACE CURTAINS.
AND ALL READY TO WEAR GOODS, SUCH AS COATS, SUITS,
SKIRTS AND FURS ARE REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY.
THE FOARD & STOKES CO.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
Where the New things Msilce Their Debut.
Th steamship Aragonia now eighteen
day out from China, is du here at
any hour. Captain Archie Pease of thej
Columbia River pilot service, will take
her henca to Portland.
The American ship Columbia ws
moved to the Knappton mill dock yea
terday morning. She will load 100,0(10
feet of lumber there for South Ameri
ca, thua finishing her cargo.
Senator Mkgler, accompsnied by Mrs.
Megler, was in the city yesterday, on
buslne. He nays his neto 60 foot)
motor launch now building at tha R. M.
Leather shed, will be christened the
"Lexington" when she comes off the
way. Which will be about the middle
of Febiuary. '
The barkrutine Arago has almost
completed loading her cargo at the
Columbia Mill at Knappton, and will
sail for Han Francisco the latter psrt
of the week.
The Portland-Astoria liner Lurline
came out on her run yesterday, sooner
than was expected after her conflict
with the Railroad bridge pier In Port
land. She went up oa time last night.
Among her passenger were Jack John
son, Mrs. W. C. Ssndcrs, S. H. Orr, and
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Service at Grace Church tomorrow
will b held at th usual hour. II o'clock
in tha morning and 7:30 o'clock in the
eri-ning; Sunday school at 12:30 o'clock
m. It being St Agnes' Day, tha rec
tor, at tha evening service, will deliver
a special sermon to th members of St
Sickening Shivering Fiti
of Ago and Malaria, can b relieved
and cured with Electric Bitter. This
a pure, tonle medicine of especiil
benefit in malaria, for it exert a true
enratlvo Influent on tha dUease, drlr
ing it entirely out of th system. It la
much to be. preferred to Quinine, bar
ing none of this drug's bad after-effect.
E. 8. .Munday, of Henrietta, Tex,
writes: "My brother waa very low with
malarial fever and jaundice, till be
took Electric Biter, which tared his
life." At Charle Roger, drug store j
price 60c, guaranteed.
Methusala waa all right, you bet
For a good old soul wis be.
They aay ha would be living yet, .
Had be taken Rocky Mountain Tea.
Frank Hart, druggist.
Jxg X5he 1JL :
WILL SELL ASSETS.
MONTREAL, Jan. I0.-Lorno Ilui-
len. treasurer of th defunct Provident
Hanking Coniiny of IWon, left last
night for llostun, by edvlc of his cuun-
4. He cam here for the puriKwe, it
a as announced, of endeavoring to ar
rang for the sale of part of the Provl
dent Securities A Bunking Company's
You taKe no Chanel '
When You Buy
The Great Sale
at the New
TO ERECT LIBRARY.
Have you been
to some of these
If not come in
and be surprised.
Bargains in every
See our window
"Any Hat 89"
;ij - A lot of chil- ji;
ij: dren's hats J5c.
Library to b Built for William S.
IIK'.Vill, Jan. 1! Sentiment famr
ing tlm erection of a great library in
stead of a chapel as a memorial to
I're-liliiit William R. Harper has grown
aiming the University of Chicago pro
f.'sxirs, students, and alumni in the
Lit few days, according to suggestions
bring received by tlie board of trustees.
It I believed now tlist a building al
most a block liig, to eot at leust
$l,(HH.0(NI will be rontriictei in honor
of the great educator and biiildttr of
I lie university. The cost of a inenioriul
chupel is! limited at IVM.OOO,
"A grest tlbrsry would be more fit
ting to the memory of PresiJcnt Har
per than a dispel,'' said Dr. T. W. t!ood-
ieed, secretary of the board of trus
tee and r.gitrar of the I uivrrsity,
It I likely that a popular suWrlp
tlon allt Iw made, and 1 hsve no doubt
that $I,.VKUXH) wmild be donatvJ
F.'ncyCoodi and Prices
Guaranteed to be the Lowest
W quote you fresh goadi Just to,
Heini Dill Pickles, Joiea ao
Hcint Cut Sweet Pkklea, pt ...... 130
H.lni plain iweet pickles, qt o
rbon. Main 681
tZ3 Commercial 6t
of the I'S.m administrator of th
estate of Joseph .f. Aris will receive
third and the remaining third will b
dhldcd brlaeen .Maria U llroan. Clara
Hi own, and Klinsbeth Rroan.
Mount Eatata ta b Divided Among
Heir After Litigation.
NKM YORK, Jan. lli.-Tha t.tate of
Martha P. Mount, which ha been in
litigation ever since ber death. In 1800
will now be distributed, the court of
appeals having rendered a final decis
ion In the legal battle, favoring the
Mount heirs. Marie P. Mount left as
estate of almost $1,000,000.
On clause in ber will bequeathed
123.000 to the Right Rer. Daniel 8.
Tuttle, who at tha time of the execu
tion of the will wa Kplscopal Bishop
of Utah. Ill-hop Tuttla waa sent to
Missouri. ' Th diocese of Utah has
since been divided tak so that four
bishops is Id claim to the 123,000. Then
the Mount heirs put In a claim for the
f,000 in addition to what they bad
already received asserting that the
diocese of Utah had passed out of ex
istence. The Court of Appeal ha now
decided this to be n fact and that the
82.1.000 revert to the beira.
Ma Mount will lv a third share) bk no other.
, MAKES WORK EASIER.
Astoria People Ar Pleased to Lrn
How It la Don.
It's pretty hard to attend to dutiea
With constantly aching backi
WUftaanoying urinary, disorder.
Dosha Kidney Pill make work easier.
TJrej rut Wkebe.
laey snare awery kidney 111
John J. Keating, painter, of 3011 First
street Portland, Or., says: "I had
UoW Vlilng pslni In my back for a
number of year. They were often So
sever that I had to quit work for two
or three day at a time. Th kidney
serf! tons wera Irregular and scalding
and I suffered also, from headache and
dlulness. My back wa always Ism
and sore In th morning. Physician
failed to help me and bo medicine did
me any good until I began using Doan'a
Kidney Pills. They relieved th uri
ne ry difficulty and th heavy aching In
tha back disappeared.
Plenty mora proof like this from
Astoria people. Call at Charles Roger'
drug tor and ask his customer' la-
For aal by all dealer. Price, 00
cent. Foster-Milburn Co.; Buffalo, N.
V, aol agent for the United GUI.'
Remember tha asm Doan's aad