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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1906)
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY J, i
B I. - 1 "
ncada, nJ is J to be practically vn
sinkabl. The Olympian
ltt at Wilmington, Pel, and U WI S
'fMt W. with an extreme breadth of
1,1 '0 feet and depth of 12 S feet.
i TU Zealandia b to bt commanded
Story of the OlympU And Her by captain Robert on th long run to
Fuiur Duties. ,x,w Yortt' Sh h" Wn " thi x
ruiurt uuues. wm fit a k,Bf
time on the San Francisco and Au-
" ; trlia rout. She wa built In W7S at
, (Glasgow. A toon a th Olympian ran
SEVEN BAR BOUND VESSELS u p. her be win bt t.kn i
jtow by the Zealand! foe the trip to
'the AtUntic through the trita of
' n 'Magellan, a4 H expected to b about
Accident on Haddon Hall t Portland-jeixty-flee days on th way."
Barkentiae Aurora Down u4 Bendy i
t for SuHm QI a way Atonx mr w-w-r-r-'---'-- - -
A Sen FrancUco exchange contain
t FLOTSAM Alu JITSAM.
The steamship Senator la due in from
San Francisco, at the 0. R. A N. piece
the following story I the Olympian: j .
The oU tide-wheel steamer Olrai-. ti.mU Dollar arrived
piaa, whih has been laid up et Port-(from Portland last evening at 6 o'clock
land, Ore., for twelve year, arrived jea
terday morning in tow of the Sprockets
tugboat Dauntles, and after being
atrengthened by mechanic here will re
sume ber voyage to Xew York, a long
pull of 14,000 mile and one of the
longest trip uch a vessel ha ever
taken in tow.
"The Olympian wa recently pur
chased by C. L. Dimond of Boeton for
an Eastern Ann for use a a night boat
on the Hudaon river between New York
and Albany. The old Oceanic steamer
Zealandia ha lo been purchased by
Dimond for ome use on the Atlantic
and he will be ul to tow the Olym
pian to her destination. It i voy
age that will interest hipping men and
anariner the world over. Both vewel
are obsolete in style and equipment,
and have long ceased to be prominent
on this eot.
Tha Olympian will be commanded on
her trip to the AtUntic metropolis by
Captain Jacob Wise, a ferry-boat mas
ter of long experience in New York
water. He came here a few weeks ago
to take charge of the veel, which he
pronounce to be sound and seaworthy,
so far as ber steel hull is concerned.
Much of the woodwork will have to bt
replaced, but so far as the Jiull snd
engines are concerned the Olympian, he
..r. u onnA for mn of service. She
and went to the lower harbor.
The bar pilot schooner Pulitaer went
to sea yesterday after taking on sup
plies of ell tort for the "boy,"
Th little tamer Noyo got away
away for San Francico on th early
tide yesterday morning.
The steamer Despatch I among th
downs, from Portland, San Francisco
Th steamer Nome City is due here
from the Bay City tomorrow morning
early, Portland bound.
Th teamer Cacadee is due here
from Portland on her way to th
Golden Gate, lumber laden.
Th teamer Redondo, from San
Francisco, arrived in yesterday evening
at 6:30 o'clock. She left up for Port
land almost immediately.
The steamer Aurelia is due at nny
hour from San Francisco, bound' for
Tie steamer Northland came down
from Portland at 5 o'clock yesterday
evening, loaded to the guard with lum-
is fitted with five cro collision bulk- ber foe San Francisco.
ATI thtnm oennittlrur. th steamer
Sue 11 Klmor will get away fur Tilla
mook. City and bay point, eome time
The barkentine Aurora came down on
the bawaere of th Harvest Queen, ye-
terday, and i anchored la the city
channel awaiting dispatch for San
PtUro ith a big cargo of lumber.
The Jordan brought over among- other
r sseiu.fr yesterday, Hon. and Mr. J,
Hegler of Brook 8eklt Mis Alice Wil
liams, of Skamokawa and George Kl
liott, of Charleston,
The bar-bound fleet now in pott con
sists of the steamship Kllerie and Ara-
gonia, th French bark Asie and
afk-helet. the American ship Columbia
and th British ship Blytheswood and
the barkentine Aurora. Some of them
may g,-t away today.
While lowering th main yard on the
British bark lladdoa Hall Friday, at
th North Pacific Mill, in Portland, the
trap gar way when the heavy slick
was about 18 feet from the deck, and
the yard came down with sufficient
for to end it through th heavy
planking into tha hold. A portion of
th rail was smashed in and consider
able damage was don. Luckily the
men doing the work received timely
warning and escaped Injury. ' Anderson
A Crowe have the contract to repair the
rigging, and Captain Crowe w super
intending the work when the accident
AND THE LAST
"Whether your children need new coats now or not. If there
is the least possibility of their needing them for the coming win
ter its very much to your advantage to purchase now
A PUnCIIASE SOW ME ASS FE03I $3.00 TO $8.00 SAVED
VTe have pkced in our windows a large quality of fancy
FRESCU FLAXSELS suitable for malting dainty waists for
early spring wear. The price formerly was 65c and 85c the
yard while they last we will dispose of the remaining waist
lengths at the extremely low price of ,a yard
There's a splendid collection of the most popular shades and
colorings in the choosing, better come early. ,
LADIES' COATS SUITS ASD SKIRTS ALSO
THE FOARD 8 STOKES GO.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE.
Where the New things Malce Their Debut.
First K. E. Church.
You will And a welcome at H the
Sunday service which consist of clan
meetini at 10:30 a. m., preaching by the
pastor at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m.j Sun
day chool at li:l3, and r.pwortn
Leasue at 6:30 p. m. Th choir will
render som fin music at the evening
service nd there will be epecial mule
by a male quartette at the League ser
vice. Pint Baptist.
At the Baptist Church tomorrow the
subject of the morning sermon will be
"Th Temptations of Jcmi"; of thst in
fk. ...ninir. "Bant ism From Dillerrni
.... - n
Standouts." All other servi. are
usual. Everybody eoarduJiy inviieu.
t-:.t Pm.Wtoritn church. Ret. Was.
a u.lnr Mnrninff service. II
-. .it'. i - "
nVlnckt th.me of sermon, "tmr hum
ness"t evening service, 7:30, theme of
sermon. "The HulwarKs oi wur raiin..
,.n,I. sfhnil. 12:15: , 1'. . I.
0:0. Chorus choir.
c....u. will he omitted at
I'll lilies T av " " "
Grace church, owing to the improve
ment underway in the interior, a
the Sunday schocd exerci-e which will
occur th.-re at 4 o'clwk p. m. The rec
tor, Iter. W. 8. Short, will preach at
II..!., I.T.t.' rhuuel at 10:0 a. Ill
and at 7:30 p. m. ,
CJtyWiUr Boird Holds Mceiin
Last Cvenln j.
MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Report of Clerk for January Read-
Treeauwr Mekea Report BKjuesti
Considered and Communication Read
-Bill and Monthly Pay Roll Allewted.
The water commission niet Ut even
ing in the city ball in regular session,
with all present but Mers Van Du-
i and Polby. Th minute of the
previous meeting were read and approv
ed, after which the report of the clerk
for the month of January was read and
A statement from the treasurer show
ed that the balaric oa hand amounted
to J.225.mt, with 113.70 in outstanding
warrant. Th reporh wee accept!.
The report of th superintendent wan
then read and ordered died.
Bill amounting to IH.73 were read
and ordered paid. The monthly pay
mil amounting to $320.30 waa approved
and ordered paid.
A communication signed by K. A.
Herding and other requesting a re ad
justment of the water rates, making
a lower rate for sluicing purposes st the
rate of 13.00 p't day for one hydraut.
and 1700 per day for two hydiant.
A request wa rd from th puh
llher of th new dty directory ask
ing that the commission purchase a
copy of th new book. The rommMon
voted to buy one copy for their own
use. and instructed the secretary to that
It w decided by the commission
thst Mr. Tar should be required to
psy at the rate of $0-20 per barrel of
cement for thee water be had used in
the making of cement blocka.
A communication waa read from
Judge Page stating that he was pe.Ung
too much lor water and asking a re
adjustment of the matter. Ilia com
municatlon waa ordered filed.
FAILED TO PASS.
Question of Independent Gaa Company
Purchase Turned Down.
BOSTON, Feb. 2. An order providing
that the question of the pnriha and
one mt ion of an Independent gas and
electric light plant by the city should
he submitted to the people at the next
election for ratification, failed in lt
in h common council last
uMit. The order received ioriy-iwo
votes, but fifty were neeesaary. me ae
hate order lasted several hour and at
time wa quit animated.
Colonisation Company Buys
CITY, Feb. 2.-The South
western Townsite t Colonisation Com
pany, organized under tha law of the
territory of New Mexico, closed a deal
today for th purchase of 175,000 acree
of land in the State of Tamalpals, 48
miles from the capital, Ictorta.
Lsckiett Kan In Arkansas.
"I'm the luckiest nun in Arkansas,'
writea II. T Stanlev. of Bruno, "since
th restoration of my wife's health after
five years of continuous eotighing and
bleeding from the lungs ; and I owe my
good fortune to the worms greaie-a
medicine. Ir. Rifle's N'ew Discovery for
rVin.iimnllon. which I know from ex
perience will cure consumption n vanen
in time. My wire improved wnn nrsi
bottle and twelve bottles completed the
mire.- I lire me warns couirns snu
enlili ne tnnnev refanded. At OiB.
Rover, drueirist. 60c and 11.00. Trial
Th Morning Astorlan, 65e. a month.
Arf) X5he $sL
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A WORD TO THI WIS IS
Only a Few
Left of the
OHI OPPORTUNITY II i
MOUTHS TO BUY THI HI-
CESSITIXS AT A io PER CENT
SHEETING, MUSLINS, CALI
COES, DRESS GOODS.
ALL SEASONABLE GOODS
IIXX CLOAKS, HATS, MISSES'
DRESSES AND OTHER OUTER
GARMENTS SOLD AT COST
WI HAVE A FEW EXCEL
LENT BARGAINS LEFT IS
SUITS AND CLOAKS.
A3 X5ha iJ
Of all Great Sales
Look at our Window and
5&f $4.65 Suits
EEDUOTIONS i EEDUOTIONS
A rcuiicot was read from St.
hospital inquiring what rale wnu
allowed fr water in the new building-
After sum discussion It waa decided
to charge by meter measiuvuient at the
A communication was read from the
Fire and Water Knginervliig reuiient
that the enmniisalon furnish them with
lata, and photographs, for u-e in the
writing of a ccial article on the A
torla water system. The matter
ft'ferred to the ailperilitendrnt to do
with fc-emed beat.
Fisher and Brlx, a sikhIs! eommltiee
apNlnleil by the lat nM-eling, rcHrt-
d favorably on th purrliae of ti-n
hydranta with the liuli'ciidrnt ciitnlT.
The report was ai-e-pted and I he hy
dranta ordered bought,
Tha attention of the coiiiml-sion wa
calh-d to th fart th.it the Hume mill
was running two and one half hours
extra time, than whi-n their rate of 70
per month was flvd. The matter
reeferred to the rale mmmillee.
Th eomniUnlon then diirned.
St Everything That's
Good to Eat
CAN BI FOUND HERE.
W carry a fall lis of fancy canard
and fresh fruit and vegetable.
Fancy naval araag.
Price) fiom tot to sot per lot.
Telephone va and yout order will have
the same particular attention aa tt you
called in person.
Phoiw Main 081
(23 Commercial 6i
Residents of Astoria Cannot Doubt
What Haa Been Twlc Proved.
In gratitude for complete relief from
ache and twin of bad barks from di
trewlng kidney 111 thmisanda have
publicly recotn mended Doan's Kidney
Pills. Residents of A-torla, who so tes
tified year ago, now aayt their cures
were permsnent. This testimony doubly
proves the worth of lioan Kidney 1'ilis
to Aatoria kidney sufferer.
V. R. Mcintosh, of 603 Harrison ave
nue, Aatoria, Or., sayti "For years,
off and on. I suffered a cood deal from
a deranged condition of the kidneys and
lameness and aching across th small
of my back which annoyed me very
much at my work and made it painful
to stoop over or lift anything. I often
thought I wa troubled with gravel so
painful was th pasasg of th kidney
secretions. Poan's Kidney Pills came to
my notice) and I procured them aU
Charles Rogers' drug store. They help
ed me from th first and soon relieve.!
th twin and lameness In mv back, cor
rected and regulated the kidney secre
tion, and the lap of tlm sine I gave
my first statement regarding my satis
factory experience with your remedv
ha shown that th benefit derived is
of a lasting nature."
Plenty mora proof like this from As
tori people. Cell at Roger' drug torr
and ask what hi customer rvport.
For sale by all dealers. Price, St
eents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, K
Y. sol agents for th United State.
Remember 'th nam Doen'e am
take no other.
MORI COMFORT THAN ITER.
On fiunday. December 17th. the Den
ver A Rio Grand railroad will Inaugur
al a dally line of standard and tour
l.t tleeplng ear between Denver and
Ix Angelea in connection with the new
Clark mad. Both oar will leave Den
ver dally at 9:30 a, m, end arrive at
Salt Uke City at 1i3A p. m th next
day. At Uila point tha ear will be
be!d over until midnight, thun allow
ing through passengers th privilege of
a stop-over of ten hour and half in
Salt Lak City. Eaatbound, these oar
will leav Los Angele at i p. m, and1
arrive at Bait Lak City at f: 30 a. m..
second mortilng where 'they will remain
over until 3:60 p. n them to Denver
where they will arriva at 4:10 the fol
lowing afternoon. Tht m-ovr at
Salt Lake City of tha regular lino of
iping san promises io o an - f
traetlva feature for traiUMontlnental
Tioneer Limited," Bt. Paul to Chi-
cago) "Overland Limited," Omaha to
Chicago) "Kouthwest Limited," Kansas
City to Chicago,
No tralu in the eervic of any rail
road In the world equal In equipment
that of the Chicago, Milwaukee M.
Paul Ry. Thi-y own and operate their
own sleeping and dining car and givo
their patron aa excellence of service
not obtalnamle elsewhere. .
Berth la their alee per ar longer,
higher and wider than in ilmilsr cars
n any other lint. They protect their
rain by tht Block Syitem. II. S.
Uow. General Agent, 134 Third itreet.