The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, March 03, 1906, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE MORNING ASTOUIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY, MARCH j, igofj.
BAR, BAY AND RIVER
j.-ril 1, I'.XXl, Light-Ves-el No. TO, ta
tiomtt about ."l mile outside the Imi
j oft" tho entrance Ui San Francisco Har
bor, 10$ miles 8W, I V, from Fort
Point l.i:lit House, mul about ."itHI fort
to the northward of tho ranire lino
Perry Leaves This Morning lor! marked i.y Fort Point Light n.i .ic , District Attorney w. 11. cooper nr
lVspntchc from Tillamook nay (tint
Frank More, the J tv pnn.no cook on board
tho steamer Sui' H. Klmor was fined
$100 unit cost for violating tho local
option liuv. Ho jnid the fine but refu
oil (i pay tho eot. whereupon IVjmtj
Vancouver Island.
TO SEEK FOR VALENCIA'S DEAD
Redondo In Trouble Alliance Due in
From Eureka Roanoke Departs '
t for the South Waterfront i
Items Yesterday. I
ttii l.iifht. will be withdrawn from hoi Unit another complaint against him. Tho
; station for repair ami tho station will cost in tho ease amounted to $7e mill
i
i be temporarily marked ly a gas Imoy Moiv, finding himself njnitt in it tight
'painted rod, with "l.ight-Vcsel Mooe place, agreed to pay tho costs tittii paid
i bigs" in black, Hiid showing a fixed j $:H toward tho $i5. The second Mite
I white light, j air-iiiM More is till to bo triod. Thi i
Tho lijitit will bo returned to the ti i -1 instance in whi.1i a line has
; tier station as s.mn as repair have boon been imposed inoe the local option law
completed, of which duo notice will be ! went into effect.
NOTICE.
All voters of t'lutsop county, lues.
peetUo of parties, are hereby invited
and reitii'ted to niool and participate
In u iiia-s meeting to Ih held in " Logan
hall" at Astoria, on Sntui.lay, Apiil 21.
KMiit, at 10 a. in., for the purpose of
nominal hi); a full county ticket to be
voted for on Monday, dune -I, IHOtl.
c. j. Tin :st 'i i ill),
Chairman of the Cititoim'
Committee of Astoria, the.
M W. Ptilll.,
Sccrotarv.
-ien. and tho n lighted buoy will then
!e w ithdraw n.
No change will be made in l.ijjht -Vessel
No. TO as to characteristics of her
lights, fog signal, or general appearance.
j iSy oiiler of the l ight ltouo Hoard.
1 j 11. T. Mayo, Commander. l".S. N., In-
The revenue cutter, Commodore Perry hw'"''- ,-- Light-House District.
Captain Francis Tuttle, commanding j
will leave her anchorage here this moui
ing for another voyage to the w est coast
of Vancouver Hand, and tho scene of
the Valencia wreck thirty -seven days
ago She goes on the bare ehanee of
picking up some more of the floating
dead from that dreadful disaster, and '
the errand is not a pleasant one, but is J
taken by reason of tho continual ap-1
!
! FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
The steamer Alliance is due to arrive
here from Kureka. some time today, pro
vided the bar is hi a reeeiptive mood.
pea ranee here and there of bodies that
must be taken care of and brought in.
in speaking of the last body recovered by
the Perry, yesterday, Captain Tuttle
said, that in an experience of fifty years
at sea, he had never been ealled on to
perform a more sickening taak than
the handling and eare of the poor waui
n whose body required attention at his
hands and that of his officers and crew.
The corpse was swollen to trenmendou
proportions and was very weighty, and
in attempting t; haul the same aboard,
the left arm was torn from the trunk,
little or no force being needed or
employed, and that the only manner in
which it could be handled with despatch
and safety, was to dip a canvass ham
mock underneath it in the water and
raise the whole form at once, and hurry
it into the disinfectants that awaited it,
the stench being something almost un
endurable to all hands. But he is glad
he got the few that fell in hia way, and
he goes out now to seek for other poor
wretches that were sent to their death
from that source. While in the neigh
borhood, he will visit the cable-station
at Bauifield, the western end of the
Canadian Pacific telegraphic service
whose officers and men were exceedingly
kind and courteous to him on the ree-nt
trip he made up there and as an evidence
of his appreciation he intends to take
them up some slight mementoes in the
shape of fresh vegetables and fruits and
reading matter and other " knick
knacks" that go with such a visit
These men are splendid fellows grouped
together on a bleak and desperate coast
and have a decided reli-h fur the ameni
ties of civilization and thoroughly en
joy a visit from outsiders, which is al
ways a tremendous relief to the irksome
and desolate solitude t-j which then
business condemns them. The Perry
will be gone about ten 'lays. Good luck
to hr!
Notice to Mariners.
San Francisco Bar, California. (T.i-t
of Lights and Fog Signals, Pacific Coast.
1904, Page 14. Xo. 20, and List of Lights.
Buoys and Daymarks, Pacific Coast
1906, pages 19 and 20 1.
Notice is hereby given that about
The steamer Aurelia arrived down i
from the metropolis at 3 o'clock yestor-
day afternoon, bound for San Francisco, i
and went to the lower harbor where she
will avail herself of the first passable
bar.
Five new river observiag stations have
been established by the Weather Bu
reau, and reports will hereafter be re
eeived. from the Columbia as well as
the Willamette.
The storm signals hung out on Thurs
day evening materialized to the full
limit indicated and vesterday was
stonny and gloomily dull, in more ways
than one.
'
The British steamship Vermont, from
San Francisco, in ballast, for Portland,
was off the Columbia river bar yester
day at noon, and will cross in at the
earliest possible moment. She is under
charter to load lumler for the Orient.
The steamer Senator will probably go
on the San Francico-Alaska run at the
expiration of her charter to the San
Franciseo A Portland Steamship Com
pany, April 15. Another boat will la
placed in service to alternate with the
Columbia.
The steamship Roanoke came down
from Portland yesterday morning very
early and stayed in jwirt only long
enough to secure a bar pilot, and put to
s-a on her voyage to Eureka, San Fran
cisco and Los Angelea, with forty-foui
people in her cabins and a hold full of
fieigiit.
A telegram re-cived here yesterday
by Collector r,f Cu-tom W. L. Itobli.
says that the -teamer Redondo had the
misfortune, on Thursday aftcrnon, while
coming do wn the Willamette riv-r, to
strike a breakwater, doing herself such
palpable damage that it was necessary
to take her into St. Helens wh-re she
will le compelled to lighter her cargo
of 650 torn of wheat and 2.")0.000 feet of
lumber, before she can be repaired, and
for which repairs she will have to be
drvdoeked at Portland.
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BON. CHARLES A. JOHNS
P. A.
I
Fashions For
Young Men
We have the kind of
Clothing that young
men prefer to buy. It
possesses the snappy
style that marks the
college men's choice
Fabric novelties, unus
ual patterns, splendid
tailoring. In short, 4 'swell
clothes."
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PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IS OUR GREAT KST ASSET.
ILF0KD RUNS AGROUND.
HON. CHARLES A. JOHNS
And His Candidacy for the Governorship
Of Oregon.
He is a native bom citien of the
I'nited States; flirty -eight years old; in
the prime of life and a type of the
younger and progressive element in the
republican party, Is a pioneer of Ore
gon. Has resided twenty-nine years in
the Willamett' Valley and eighteen
oars in Baker City. (Graduated from
the Willamette 1'niveisity with an A.
I!, degree ill 1 S7H ; admitted to the lur
in 1S; has alway- taken an active
interest in public atLiirs. Wa elected
mayor of Baker City in 191, re-elected
in Isli-J, ami auain in November 1901 by
the largest majority any candidate ever
rei-eived for that office. In June Jimi.j
uas elected school director for the fourth
consecutive tciim and received every
vote ca"t. Has alway- taken an active
personal interest in educational affairs.
Kxe hiding saloons, he has the sup-
till that position. Has never Wn
factional man; Is riot n factional can
didate and would not be a factional
governor. I la always been a republi
can and a loyal supporter of its ticket
and principles; his nomination would
harmoni.- and unite ihe party and in
sure the election of a republican gover
nor. Ho 'u the choi.e of F.i.trru
gon, which, in the congressional elee
tion of 1901, ca-t nearly seven thou
sand more voles than Multnomah conn
tv. Baker count v i- ( of (h- large-t
British Steamer Stuck in Willamette at
Portland.
I' 'It'll. M, Match '.'.The big But
jsh steamer llloid is hard and tat
agiound cloo in againt the O. W. J.
Company's dock jut aloe the Madison-
stieet bridge, ami a large portion of,
her immense lumber raryo must be tk-
n out before hn can gut olT.
The llford compbt-d her loading at
the liiinaii I'oiilsrn mills yeterday
inoriiiiig, ami ahurtlv after iunui cast ntf
from the dock to go down to the dob
phirm and lllilh her cargo She wan
drawing 'it feet of water, and w be-
ing shifted by tho O, H. A S. Co.'a tow-
Ixmts Harvest Que n nnd dkbihiina.
Scarcely had the big freighter been
pulled away from tho dock when her
Morn went aground on a shifting bar
well out in tho streiin, and an eight-
knot current, swung h.-r bow aground
against the dock.
The Oklahama, which was at her head,
was utterly unable to hold her.
The Ilford's Ihiw knocked down 14
pile, with no other damage to hrfttlf
than ii little paint scraped olT. A boom
of square timbers lay timb-r lor fi.ie
foot ami acted as a fender. Hut for that
he would have j-nne farther in and pre
cipitated fully too toll, of etc d tails
into the water.
Immediate efforts were male !o get
the llford into deep I, ut ,, lap
idlv falling liver left her firmly planted
ill the mud. 'Ihe united et'olts of the
GOLD NUGGET
GRAHULATEDBRAND
SOUP
VEGETABLES
Two oum-fi of mixture fur ach gallon
of noup. Put up in I lb. and l ib. tin.
Sell 10 and 3U ceuta; call for ampl
package.
ST0RI A GROCERY
Phone Main 681
613 Commercial St.
Dr, D. A. Sanburn
FIlKNCH UPKCIALLST.
The Kin of Cures
in Fa-tern Oie..'on. and in it- v hole hi
tory has never received any jmli' l iiit i two tow boata, aided by the it-ainer't !
republican pirly.
lal, bv election oi
reeOeilition by tie
either state or f . -
appoint ri'oiit.
Charles A. -lohn- has heeu a man of
affairs in the l i-torv of th,e -ta'e aid
of Kasteni (Iregon in p-ir t i.-ul i r; bis in
f'rity In" never ! n tpie-i juried ; has
n clean record and the siippoit. aril con
fidenee of the people. He is recognized
as one of the leading lawvcrs of the
poit and eudol seineiit., without regard j state, nnd as a campaigner has no mi
to party, of practically every husine-s j j,ciiots and but few equals in the -1 ,-i t
interest in P.aker county. Is ipialilied of Oregon. No man ever had a stronger
by nature, learning and experience to home endorsement.
own poe-i ui-hi unavailing. n am hoi
was planted in midstream, but m hen j
t In- st lain as put on it it ci me i ' a i )
wit hunt mm in;' the .1 earner mi im h.
'I he forward deekloa 1 haa already baea
tah.ii o!! onto li-!il. i, aid the hold will
Is- biiil.cn into roinoriow t i- e,cetcd
that nl .-as two il.u. will be o-t ,v
the lltoid on account of ti,,. mi-hati. I
OOCOOOOOOOOOOOeOOOOOOOOOOOOCeOOOOOOCX(XKJt
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE
15c Buster Brown vStocKings 15c
?0R ONE WEEK COMMENCING SATURDAY, MARCH 3RD, WE WILL SELL
Buster Brown Stockings at 15c a Pair
THESE STOCKINGS NEED NO INTRODUCTION, WE ALL KNOW THAT THEY ARE WELL WORTH
THE REGULAR PRICE OF 25c, THEY ARE THE BEST STOCKING MADE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
ONE WEEK ONLY 15C. A PAIR.
WASH GOODS
AN ALMOST ENDLESS ASSORTMENT OF WASH GOODS TO SELECT FROM, WITH ALL THE NEW
EST NOVELTIES IN BEST FRENCH GINGHAMS AT io, laj AND 15c. YARD.
IRISH DANTIES
ALL THE LATEST STYLES, CHECKS AND PLAIDS, PRICES FROM 12I TO 25c. A YARD. A LARGE AS
SORTMENT OF ADMERAL PERCALES, 36 IN. WIDE, IN ALL COLORS, AT iaic. YARD.
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 3RD, FROM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK, WE WILL PLACE ON SALE, WOMEN'S FINE
HEMSTITCHED, LINEN, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, DAINTY DESIGNS, REGULAR 20 24 35c.
VALUES.
YOUR CHOICE lOc
FOARD &
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
Eldredge High-Grade
Sewing Machines
Values from $35.00 to C5.00; our
price, $23.00 to $32.00.
Harden steel balla and bearings;
beautiful designs.
Steel Lined CooK
Stoves
$7.50 to $10,00,
Values from $9.00 to $15.00.
Gray Granite Stew Pots
15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc. Real bargains.
Economy Brooms 25c
Mascot Range; high closet. .. .$27.50
Reduced from 32.50
Magnet Store Range 26.00
TOKE
Where the New Things Make Their Debut.
)TXCXXXCOCXXOCX
AN ASTORIA CASE.
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Many More Like it in Astoria.
The follow iticf ea-e is but on- nf uumy
Hirnilnr oeeurrinff dnilv in .Asforia. It
in an eay matter to verify it a correct-ne-.
Surely you eannot iy,k for bet
ter proof tluin Mieli eorulnsive evidence.
I). V.. l)iitieiin, who in employed at
the Astoria Sodu Work, 42d puiirie
Hired, rind who. reside at the corner
of Dunne 11 11 Ninth Ktreets, nirj-H: "I
bad been troubled with a wenkne-a of
the back 11 ml kidney for a number of
years. Theic wn a constant dull nch
in pubis in tlie loin nnd a initnbneH
of the buck, often extending through
the whole muscular system rm fur up
n the shoulder. Not only did my bink
ache, but there was a weakness from
the kidney secretion which was very
annoying and disturbed my re!. I
heard about Doan's Kidney Pill nnd
one day I utepped into Charles Rogers'
drug store and got a box. I found them
to be a great, benefit. After the first
few doses I felt belter. I know of
others who have used the.ni with the
same result."
For sale by all dealers. Price, 60
cents. FoKter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doun's and
take no other.
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Torture By Savages.
"Speaking of the torture to which
some of the savage tribe in the Philip
pines subject their captives, reminds me
of the intense suffering I endured for
three months from inllammation of the
Kidneys," says W. M. Sherman, of Gush
ing, Me., "Nothing helped me until I
tried Klectrie Bitters, three bottles of
which completely cured me." Cures Liv
er Complaint, Dyspepsia, Blood disor
ders and Malaria; and restores the weak
and nervous to robust health. Gnnrnn-
teed by Chas. Rogers, druggist. Price
50c, ,
I am now In your city introducing my
wonderful arts of healing. Come one
and all ami I will tell everyone their
disease and you will be made well.. My
medicines are all nature'! remedies,
roots, herbs, barks and berries.
After I Introduce my medicine I will
leave certain kinds of it In your drug
stores.
Office hours: 9 to 12 t. m.; 2 to 8
p. m., at the Megler House, 880 Commer
cial street, rooms 1 and 2.
Consulation free at Astoria, Ore.
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V) SPICES, o
COFFEEJEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FLAV0MG EXTRACTS
AbolutePuriry. flrvcsr Flavor.
Creator Stanch, ficasonablef rices,
CL0SSET&DEYEB3
, rOKTLAnDf OREGON
fn every clime its colors are unfurled
Its fame has spread from Bca to sea;
He not surprised if in the other world,
You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Sold by Frank Ilart.