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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1906)
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TT1"E MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTUU1A. uivr,uui.
An jonia Arrives In From Chini
HAROLD ' DOLLAR COMING
K Ntvt Yafcterday From the Tatoosh
and Her Tow Msrins Movements
Very Fw and Fat Between Yester
day 'Elder to b Raised A(aia.
the Ray City,
She. will pivbably carry
a. & A. A,VA.A.AA.AaXmAammHIH n npsn (J M ' I 1 ' a"-
;"Vu.ov;;; LU5I UN MtLnJItl f
'VICTORIA. B. C. Jan. 2u.-Stemer
Moan. Jut nrrivd. reports the
masted bark Thistle, from Portland
Ore. for Port ririe, mM on Pelm
erstou Wand. All hands have reached
Auckland safely. The Thistle hfl
Hlh it a cargo of
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
The schooner John A. Campbell
hauled to the Hume Mill. yesterday for
her outward ld of lumber.
The British hark Hadden Hall k'ft up
for Portland on the tow line of the
The schooner Virginia
went to a
The British steamship Aragotii.
.: a- ...I k.lr .l.v. Inw China
.ml Japan, erwed h. ywterd.y after-! on the morning tbaal yesterday
noon at 5 o'clock. Her officer report a for San llro.
voyage- free from any extraordinary) .... ,
lyings but claim they were held, The Heather de nying trip out
wHo. day or more bv head wind' to the Columbia bar lightship yester
.ad heavv to the east of the line, j day morning with supple ami re
The Aragi U billed out of Portland j turned to port at once.
ii . .MiL iki. niAtitk anil will I 1
OB UN Sola VI U& iw"V I
.. .... I Tk- ..homier W T Jewett went to
leave, up for the metropolis eaci.r i..,.
.,'..;- .Tomme Point mill dock yesterday
morning in cnaiyc . v-r...... .....
" ...ra;nn .n.l will kid J lumber there
One Alain. I for California delivery.
a ? i . I II 1Vtar. I
. ..I'm . !....-...!.,. The steamship Columbia is due down
on aave murneu i ....
. r. n- V!.u, .n.l from Portland early thi mornin?. for
-a. t .. t her very I San Francisco. a.Kl will leave outward
providing they can agreo onjfrm th. O. R. 1 X. pier, at 8 o'clock
. i t i.. Mr Prtprsna will oar! S
to Uve the ateaur rai i. l to mid,.!.! last ni,h no news
known, but CpLin Baker' tern, arelh.d been received in th.a
.. . -u. .i...-.;.!- ....Tit.Ji and ht-r tow. the Itawl
aaid to oe miw aiiuni iviis' i . ..
Arrdock. The inspection lasted two! IVAnjrers hence to Tort Townsen.L No
day, and ww. made by J. Toffh mire. j new, k4n gJ
. dTver whom Captain BaW brought j telm n,.y be l-ked for Wfore sun
from Detroit. Mr. Peterson also put, down.
on the diving nuit and explored the
bottom of the vessel.
Me-r. Treble and dew-ll. of the 0.
n A X. aervice. and Mr. King, of
- i.i.. c rr.m-iwM-Portland lina all
Another new kuh. .
tv ii !... v- tmvelinip auditor, were in the ciiy
The steamer narom uuna. " ,
chartered to run between Portland and checking
m Taylor. Youn? Co, . -
naid to be the agenta of the vessel but
it ia not known who has chartered her.
The t earner belong to the famous
Dollar Line, of San Francisco, and is
one of the bet known steamers out of
Kind closed his work last evening and
.i..iwrsl for the metropoli on la't
night's express. Tha other gentlemen.
i.;,. utmowluit more of a task, are
IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE. YOU'VE OKLY A FEW DAYS MORE
IS WHICH TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF THE SPECIAL REDUCTIONS.
.If You Desire to
THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS.
UNTIL FEB. 1st
so PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS.
s PER CENT DISCOUNT ON CHILDRENS' DRESSES.
33'i PER CENT DISCOUNT ON LADIES' WAISTS AND SHIRTS.
o PER CENT DISCOUNT ON LACE CURTAINS.
IV. A. Rolwnsn. of llwaeo. arrived
in Astoria lat eveninjf en route to To
C. l Clinton of the Pacific Journal
is an over Sunday visitor in thU city.
IVmald R arriesl in the city last
'evening from Port kind to vlit a short
time with his arent.
Mr. J. W. Armstntn. and .Mrs, . J
trin of Salem, attendants at the Mata
Insane AmIuiii. returned to Sak-m yes-
tervlav nMHiiinc from . trip to Astoria
where they took charge of Mrs. Mary
Petcraon, committed to tlie asylum
from this rouiily.
linil Larsen. of Xehalem. is in town
for a brief vWt
Captain Charles Stuart of the Cae
Wsappolntment JJf Saving (rw, was
a business visitor in the city yesterday.
Captain Wieklund of tlie Point
Adams life saving crew, spent yester
day in the city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Strniw returned
Li.t niL-lit from a wevlding trip.
h M. Warren. Jr., of IVrtlaml. was
a imsilies visnor in ." j - -
Charlea Rogers, a druggist of llwaeo,
pent yesterday in the city.
Walter Smith of Portland, as a vlsl
tor in town yesterday.
George Anderson of MVtlowa was In
the city yesterday for a abort time.
Benjamin Sweet, prominent
bertnan of Wl-eonain. is in town ai-
tending to bisinea interest.
A. Huiuen of Seattle u sending a
few davs in this city.
Frank Pratt a resident of Coble ar
rived in loan yesterday to remain a
short time on business.
H K. I.von. of Westport. a as a bul-
IUs4 visitor in Astorw yeslerday.
John- Chisholm of tMney was in lh-
Pass of Mclfort Picked Up 7 of
Kin David $ Crew.
REST SAVED BY QUEEN CITY
Bslievsd Seven of King David's Crew
Wert Picked Up By Paw of Melloit
nd Peritntd With Ship on Amphi
AND ALL READY TO WEAR GOODS, SUCH AS COATS. SUITS,
SKIRTS AND FURS ARE REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY. ,
THE FOARD 8 STOKES CO.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
Where the New things Make Their Debut.
Nurwectan M. E.
The Xorwegian and Danish M. t-
Chnrch. Rev. C. Aug. Peterson. pat..r.
Tne revival aerv'iere during the past
eek hae b.-eu a great blessing for
nutnv. IteV. II. r. Aeist.n. "
k.. is still with u and will preach
s,,mlv at 11 a. ni.. 3 . m and H p. m.
Sunday arhmd at 10 a- m Alliert Carl
riniM.l...il: Younu . IVolde s
....timr at 7 n. in. Rev. F- I Nan-
thrup. leader. Topic. 1 lie r-pini
Killed Life." Meeting every evening
next week ex.ept Saturday.
Oustaf F. Rydiiist, pastor. Mining
.ervi in Knglih at 7:W- The pastor
Kill sp uk at the evening rvi on
tiwitne-s in Humility." All are or
dially invited to attend. Tuesday. Feb
ruary Olh, is the date set lor tne ne,
i... flrii-l ssteil tlV
reciiai vj . -
tisa Fredrit-kaon. . A very rnon pro
gram has been arnmgil, ni n
Th. remilar servi-es at the Fir-t Con
pregationl Church at 11 a. ni. and 7 :M)
tk. ..tr. I.litlM-r U. Jianone
,.. .... i -
A cordial invitation is exrewieu "
Sunday school, I2:!4 p. m.
First M. E. Church.
Rev. V. B. llollingshesd. of I'olland
will prmch at 11 a. in. and have cliarge
f l.e eommnnion servi. immediately
following. Sunday school at 12:1.1. and
Epworth Uague H tt-.m p. in. I at 7:30
i Via Mrmin will be by the pastor, iter
w S. flrim. The c!a meeting will lie
.1 10:30 a. m. and it is especially de
.irl that all members of the church
v. . that service. A cordial
u y . v
inviation is extende.1 to all.
At tha First Presbyterian Church
.1.. ....inr Rev. Win. H. lilllarl Will
nreach. Morning aervh. II o chick
evening. 7:30. At the morning service
communion will ba held with a short
sermon on the theme. "The New Cove-
..nt" In tha evening the theme of
rmon will be "The Tru-tful Mind.
Chorus choir and Sunday school, 12:13;
Y. P. U C. E, at 6:30.
VICTORIA. R. Jan. 2V-A CUyo
quot dispatch received last night gives
inleniew with a nwmlier of the
wrecked ship King IHsvid's crew, seen
on board the steamer Queen City, whkh
imkel up the survivor at Itajo luiin
and i bringing them to X Moria, The
belief aa expressed by the survivors
.i.-. i-i.ur mn.r W.IUtroiu and six
men who left th wreck in a ship's boat
.... . t ...
on I)rvemler XI. naa oo-n pusm up
hen bound to C(e Reale by th bark
IVsa of Melfort ht with all hands at
Amphitrite Point on lcrmber 27
Tlie King Dnvid bad a moderate !
sage until ylien n.aring Vamvuver
Island, when a serie of south and
.mthu-.i vales were exnerienceil. ith
hail and snow .ipwll and on llei-emlier
0th. the ship was driven into Nookta
ounJ. While trying to that out. she
ran mi Ilajo.reef. The crew t.ak to
the boats and reached shore safely.
The sailmaker, UmiiU MclaL till
rears old. went in-ane he!i th Vess.1
truck and ha sin, died elrd tlie
Queen City. He as Imried at Qual-
sinm After pettiiig ashore Captain
Davidson had nan return to the wreck
to get provisions, several bout bsids of
which were taken on shore To men
were sent to seek Mime signs of habi
tation and after two days' search met
ivrosoector who told them that no
.(....or uould visit the place until
arch. tn hearing this. Captain Day
din onh-red the chief oflher an.1 siv
men to iro to Cape Rte to get assist
anoe and nothing has Wn since hiard
tr.kiM tKst llh.Hiuh tli.'V llisv. tlie
The Great Sale
at the New
A. B. Canman. witeago, write March
l 1003. "Havinff been troublea Wlin
Lumbago, at different time and tried
nm nhvsicias after another then differ
nt olntmenU and liniments, cava it up
altogether. So 1 tried onca mora, and
got a bottle of Bs Hard's Snow Lini
ment, which vara me almost instant
relief. I can cheerfully recommend it,
and will add my nam to your list of
ufferen" Sold by Hart' drug ator.
Have you been
to some of these
If not come in
and be surprised.
Bargains in every
See our window
"Any Hat 89"
A lot of chil
dren's hats 15c.
Of all Great Sales
g on iii'J
Look at our Window and
oirvivor say. have len pkkej up by
the Pass of .Melfort. One ol the crew
on bMrd the Vuccn t Hy is dangermi..
Fashionabl Hotel Ftandeti in Phila
XKW VttltK. au. 20. -A di-m
Hie Aiiieii.wn from Philadelphia, says:
Flames were discovered early' today
under tlie riHtf gjnlen of the fashion
aid- Hold Flmiders, The gue-ts were
alt asleep at the lime but some one
aroiis.d l.v the smoke ru-hed into one
Im npr rot rider ami gave me
a la i in.
Ml the hallwiys were liiim diiit. lv
d with half dad and frightened
uiiesU. The clang ol tne me en.... -
outside added to their fear and It re
uiid cin.I head diu-ss n the part ol
the hotel employe, to ge- their patron.
into the elevators, and out (.1 uie
You take no Chance
When You Buy
Fancy Coods and Prices
Guaranteed to be the Lowest
We quota you fresh goodi Just la.
llcini Dill Pickfe-a, doiea ...
Keini Cut Sweet Pickles, pt. .
Helm plain iweet pickles, qt.
WANTED HIM TO DIE.
Phone Main CHI
- 623 Commercial St,
Relative of Millonalr Palmer
out for Him to Die.
v-t-w- VnllK. din 2!!.-Several
.. , ........
letifvnien including Hev. barren H-
UhiniieV. who knew Hands Asi.iiry
aimer during his lifetime, le-lihYd y
leiditr in the supreme eoiiri m sop-
of Ihe will which Hie mianclcr
di.H.iiia of almost 2.("I.IIIK) to
religions and educational institutions.
Relatives in fall'ornhi are seeking H
up-et the will on the ground thsl Mr.
Palmer, who wo ninety years 01 age.
Tlie testimony of the clergymen was
to the effect that Mr. Palmer had a will
of bis own and could not be easily Influenced.
Ir MrWhinnev testilled that Mr. Pal-
. .. It . I - .I..M.
ttier had once told mm n ua
.noi.uh for his nlative. who se.-med
to lie eager and even anxious for him
kct have lightened th prewsure) of
New York for reyiiient of maiming
oldignlions to foreign lender. The hugo
trad bitancK in this i-onntry's favor
for Di-cemls-r co-oM-rate to tha saino
end and iihi spn-ulutiva use last
r.rnwth af tha Now Demand Tore
NKWl YORK. Jan. zO.-Hpeeulatlve
-tdrit ha been vigorously malntaineu
on the slock exchange this week. Heavy
realixinir have la-en already alisorlssd
and the growth of the new demand has
enntitiiied to carry prices upwards.
with growing excitement to speciiUlive
enthuaasm. hnormoiis casn receipw
have continued to accumulate In New
Y'orV banks reserves, carrying the in
.r.i rate, steaililv downward. Sillii
Officer Stop Prtia Fight and Arrest
XKW YOltK. dan. 20,-Th Sharkey
Athletic eluU In which a Hritlsh sailor
knocked nut an Ameri.-an willor at tint
time of the visit of Prince l-oiiis, was
raided bv the polic last night Six
men wer arrested on the charge of aid
ing or aMtlng Wing exhibitions witli
a charged admission.
Tom Sharkey, the sailor pugilist,
was not present.
The raid waa made during th first
bout of a tournament In which six box
ers were participants.
The arrested offlcera declared admis
sion to the club was open to member
lar realization in foreign money mar 1 ever used."
Pleasant and Moat Efltctiva.
T. J. Chamber, Ed. Vindicator, Lib
erty, Texas, write Dee, 25, 1002 1
"With pleasur and unsolicited by
yon 1 bear testimony to th eurativa
power of Ballard' Horehound Syrup. 1
'isv used it my family and can cheer
fully affirm it ia th most effective and
st remedy 'or entigha and old I nav
'Jse ics ri.'Jy:J-wa. J