The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930, March 23, 1906, Page 8, Image 8

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    THE MOHNING ASTOMAN. ASTOKIA. OREGON.
FRIDAY, MARCH 13, l
CANNED FANCIES
Pineapples, sliced, grated and cube, in la rge tiic cans so cents
Canned Hominy, "Hopkins" 5
- Pumpkin and Squash 13 cents
- Tomatoes, " Premium M. 3 for J cents
- Peas, Sugar 3 for as cenw
" Blackberries, Strawberries and Black Cherries i cents
SOLE AGENT FOR BAKERS BARRINGTON HALL STEEL CUT COFFEE.
A. V. ALLEN
CROCKERY STORE.
Doctors Are Punled.
The rvmarkable recovery of Kenneth
Jrelver, of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub
i,t of min-h interest to the medical
fraternitv awl n wiile circle of friend.
Me vs'of hi eae: "Owing to severe
inlaw mat ion of the Throat and con
ation of the Lungs, three doctor pave
wiv up to die. when, a a last resort. 1
induced to try Dr. King's New Pis
.owrv and I am happy to say, it saved
my life." Cures the .vort Coughs and
CikU, Bronchitis. Tonsilitis, Weak
souii:. Hoareeness and Lafiripp-. fiuar
anteed at Cha. Rogers' dvug store. 50e
end 51.00. Trial bottle 'ree.
"Craft, ratt. rait -!. ei.
and south, and tin- sewn -oa nvvr
the vlile world tuvn.ll thief.'
north
Has
!..-
Angeles Times
are honest.
I'lieer up.
.it lf.ist
A Lively Tussle j
with that old enemy of the race, Con
stipation, often ends in Appendicitis.
To avoid all serious trouble with Stom
ach, Liver and Bovv.K take Dr. King's
New Lite Pills. They perfectly regu
late these organ, without pain or dis
comfort. 25e at Chas. Rogers, drug
gist. It pours the oil of life into your sys
tem. It warm you up and start the
life blood circulating. That's what Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain doe. 35 cents.
Tea xr Tablets. Frank Hart, drugjrist.
Your attention is
called to our new
store, now open and
ready for business
We Do Expert
Painting, Graining
Paper Hanging
and Frescoing
GIVE US A CALL
The Eastern Painting
H Decorating Co.
No. 75 8th St.
ii
Buster
hoes
They have a sole that won't wear out.
S. A. GIMRE,
' AGENT FOR THE DOUGLAS SHOE
543 Bond S'.reat Cpp. Ross Higns & Co
I 111 li
Billy
EAKTHQUAKE SHOCKS
Island of Ustica Shaken Almost
to Pieces.
PEOPLE ARE PANIC STRICKEN
Twenty-one Earthquake Shocks Occur
in Three Days Houses of Inhabi
tants Are Destroyed and People
Flee in Terror.
NF.W YORK. Mareli -- A cable dis
patch to the Hei.ihl from I'aleriiiu -ays:
There haw btvu twenty-one earth
quake !.liok n the 1-Luid of I'Mica
during the la-t three d.ty. The popula
tion livi-s in con-taut terror. A ijreat
valley lias been formed iu the center
of the island and all the houses have
liecn demolished. The shocks were verti
cal, not undiilatory, and were accomp
anied by loud subterranean rumbling.
The lat shock, which occurred yes
terday furnished the work of deduc
tion. Panic seized upon the 2JH inhabi
tants of the island, who abandoned their
homes after the first visitation of the
earthquakes and camped in the fields
and publie squares.
Many of the inhabitants took refuge
in boats oil the open sea.
The i-land is ued as a penal settle
ment for haiilened criminals, of whom
there are six hundred quartered there.
These were nlso panic stricken ami at
tempted to e-cape, attacking their
:uard-. but were subdued.
One of the three mountains on the
island i- reported by the submarine
cable to 1m- in eruption. The "ovi-riiitient
at the lii"-t new ,,f trouble -ent the
crui-i-r Virtue to -nl..hie the revolt of
the pri-ouer- and aid the -ulferer.
Yi-terdiiy a itiriiooii the -.team-hip
K-adi Wii- --lit "it'i -olilier-. doctor-, a
detachment of the I!ed Cm-- iiitr-es. ml
litter-, the aitthorit ie I'eai-in ,1 urent
lo, of life.
The prelect of Palermo ha- lieeu or
icred to -clu! a i''iie-eiitatiu- to the
cei:.
I'-tiea i-land i- of two thou-aiid inhabi
tants in the ,idiiie- of I'alciino. sixty
"i'ht miles north northwest of tin
It's -oil i veiv fertile.
It V.
Always Keeps Chamrjerlain's Cough
Remedy in His House.
"We would not be without Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on
hand continually in our home," says W.
W. Kearney, editor of the Independent,
I.ovvry City, Mo. That i just what
every family should do. When kept at
hand ready for instant u-e, a cold may
be cheeked at the outset and cured in
much le-s time than after it has be
come settled in the fry stem. This rem
edy is also without a peer for croup in
children, and will prevent the attack
when fiven as soon as the child be-
n . it
com -s hoarse, or even auer xne croupy
tough appears, which can only be done
when the remedy is kept at hand. For
sale by Frank Hart and leading drug
gist. Tin- order in Wa-liington that ollicial
new- -hull be given to the regular pre-s
as-ociat ion- iu prefetence to the -peeial
eorre-poiidenl . i another timely ti-ibut
lo the pernicious aelivily of I he -tring
fiend -f.
The perplexing problem of how to di--pose
of the j ill to be removed in dig
ging the Panama canal might lie solved
by having it ollieially defined as public
laud. Some emigre. -ioiial laud grabber
would do the rest.
Cured Consumption,
Mrs. Pi. Y. Evan', Clearwater, Kan.,
writes, My husband lay sick for three
months. The doctors said ha had quick
consumption. We procured a bottle of
Ballard's Iloarehound Syrup, and it
cured him. That was f-ix years ago and
since then we have always kept a bot
tle in the home. We cannot do with
out it. For coughs and colds it has no
equal. 25c, 50c and .$1.00. Sold by
Hart's drug store.
WALLACE SPEAKS.
Argues on the Practibility of Sea Level
Canal.
lllK'AtJO, March '.''.V lohu V. Wal
lace, formerly chief engineer of the
Panama Canal, was the principal speaker
at the bauqm-t of the American Railway
KncjueeriiiH nd Maintenance of W ay As
sociation last niijht.
" A pMwl ileal has been said about
111 relations with the Panama canal."
he -aid, "and I will just touch on it
here. Whatever may be lilted iu re-sjit-ct
to a ureal principle and a man's
clinyiiiy to it, as tar as my connect ion
with the canal i- involved, I believe
heartily that that which I .on-hl to
brins; about, my re-intuition ctl'eetually
put on the way ol u hiev iuj;. It i- on
ncces.ary for me to say to von thai no
mcl'cvlialV illlluellcc Mooed ine liolll
that ollhc"
III -p-'ahlli' ol tin- inleie-t o lh-
1 1 aii-'-on! in, nt.il i.nlioad line
I 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 -r "t l'ie wati i" a v . li
-aid that ihe-e line- we:,- .loin:
in the
W..II I'C
no! 1 in-
In ic! aid the wo! k.
Mr. Wall.i. e ai ,::c ! tor a e i level
.anal, -ay in:.- ihal it would be a !a-t
iilL' nionuuicnt to meiican cn-;in ciin
genius. MAY RECOVER.
KW YORK. March .'.. U. V. Yo.t
kinn. chairman of the cwntiie coinmit
tec of the IJo.k s,iin and Tiimo -y-tems,
was operated on for appendicitis
on Tiic-.l.iy i-veuinv'. It wa- -aid -it
the hotel lu-t nielit that Mr. Yoakum
had rallied iMpidly Iroin the -hoik "I
the operation and lh.it their a- vi
iea-011 In hope for hi- -prr lv ici-ovi-ry.
Mr. nN'akiiiii icinincd to --w ..k
011 Sunday from a tii of -evcial weck
to Mrico. He was taken ill at ihr
hotel Ootham -0011 alter his return.
His iihisiriaiis believed that Mr. Yoakum
u.i. -Hirel ing fioin appciidit it i-- con
sill t a t ion was held Tiie-day eveninc. at
which it wa- decided to perform an o
eratioii iminediatclv.
Mr. Yoakum returned to New York
field lias Iwrli itiii-i'lcnality imreusei
rnt'titly by bis cli-ction us chairman of
the rxeiutive coinmitri' of ihe l!m-k Nl
and system a- well as of the Fri-eo
system, the operation of which he had
directed for several years.
RATES RAISED.
A. 0. U.
W. Lodge Raises Insurance
Rat;s 35 Per Cent.
(HICACO, March 22. The Grand
l-ude officers of the Ancient Order of
Toiled Workmen decide. I vcsierdav at a
meeting here, to raise tin- insurance
rates of the order lor members more
than "il years oi l. The in. rca-e will
make the rate. :!.", per e nt higher than
.It ple-rllt.
The cau-e for lire action wa- I in- in
ability to meet -halli claims thai have
aeerued during i'h- pa-t thi.-c month-.
I he ollie r- bc'l'-.e ' 'l.l I V'.ilh ill'- addi
tional hinds re-il'iiej from the inci.-a-ed
rate the out -I a ii. ling il.iim- "ill he no I .
and hope th.,1 at the end of the ve.ir
they will be able to t -1 lit la lo old -ched
ill--. It was the opinion ol the grand
lodge oilicer- that any li.il'-nial nrd'-r
in good -tamlilig niighl to lie able to
pay death claim- within thiity day-i
after proof- are lilel. Thi- the vvoik-in.-n
have not been able lo do latelv.
POISONED BY CANDY.
lil'iil.lN'CToN, Vt., March 22. Four
ra-c. of poi-oiiing. apparently due to
impure candy, are being investigated by
the aiithoritie- in Northern Vermont.
Three deaths have ueeiiiicd and one
eas- of -evi'iv illne . siippo-ed to be
due to poi-oiiing of this sort, is re
ported. The Best Cough Syrup.
S. L. Apple, ex-I'robate Judge, Ot
tawa Co., Kansas, wiiti;-: "This is to
say that I have used Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup for years, and I do not
hesitate to recommend it us the best
cough syrup I have ever used." 25c 50c
and .1.00. Sold by Hart's drug store.
NOMINATION CONFIRMED.
WASIilVJTOX, March 22. -The Sen
ate confirmed tin- nomination of Charles
S. Francis of ,'cv York, a- ambassador
ii Au-triaTluugai'v.
BODIES FALL TO PIECES.
VICTORIA, I!. March 22.-C. F.
Topping, who ha- arrived from Bam
Held station, says tho-e engaged in pa
troling the beach in the neighborhood of
the. Valencia, wreck aiv- i-on-t ant ly pick
ing up arms, legs, and other poll ions of
human bodies. Xo complete bodies have
been found for nearly a month. Those
that, have remained in the water until
this time are so badly decomposed anil
mutilated 1 but identiliciit ion is impos
sible. Morning Astorian 05 cents per month.
he mm HIS FEE
Lawyer Demands Money
Settleing Trouble.
For
HAS FILED SUIT IN COURT
Allrgrs lie Settled Marriage Ditticulty
Between Banker an1 His Unlawful
Wife Lawyer Wants
$.t7.5oo.
M-A MMIIv, lanh '.M. loan i
l-iilltlh .111 atloincv. ha- iaoo.-hl -nit in
I hr sn, ,-mr linn! ol Hi k I n ,;.un-l
I Iinina- l Kilev a million me lunkri
a ihl lie 1 1 ha 11 1 1
I lol.l l oll.
Ihookly n. all'".
1 1 out invent .
vv 1! h 1 -el I a'tn
I taal l.ol
of .'111 111
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of ., O 111 ,-t,,
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belwri'll the li
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!iii !i he claim- h a
I'liiivin,- al'oul he
win i.e hrid M.uch
l la. hrd lo t he p ipei - file I In 1 .1 if .
hi h 1- ..n i.lllel.u il made In li - ( oil in
w Ml. .1 -lie .wciis llial - .i. mail pit
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lev in I tolier. I'"' 1 ln II minion, I,
. and that -he .i- i. .i to iti.it i
v thioii.i lai-c i .illation-,
allege, lb ;t .i,,- ,. Hot 1 ll" that
vv a . all ea.l ma 1 1 ic I I .nt u a in
Kit
Mli
l-nolan.o 1. 1 the i Vrl'll"- "t the !,n ml
wile with whom the l.aui.ri i- now liv
lllg at J'M Irfl 1 -oil a r II 1 1 .
Mr. ImIcv i. well known in liuati'ial
llnl bll-inr.. eil.-le. in I he I. a-! He i-
l.-i leal. o, He . pie, i, , lit ol t !e
N.iilh ! Hank of IIi.m.Uiii but i.
b.-ltei known a. the head ol lh- haul
wais- r t lit of Thomas . Nil v I'n.
Ill (IcIoIno. I'lO.'i. he deridnl o alien. I
the Hankers' (onvciilioii in Man Kian
cisco mid take, a vacation at 'lie same
time ill the Wot. Kill I V in the same
month Mr-, t'olt left for a vi.it with
friends in I biciigo. About twelve u-ms
after Kiley ma i lie. I the widow of his
brother .lames Kiley. Mi's, t'olt is a
daughter of the late liny U. Hrown in
whose ,lorc in Vi!li.iiii"hiiig Mi. Kilej
was employed uii a Imiv. Mist I'.rovvn
married u wi--terii-r. iiaini.l Colt, who
died about nine veati ago.
Pillsbury's Best Flour, Minneapolis,
$1.75 per sack. Geo. Lindstrom & Co.
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch,
Ring Worm, Herpes, Barbers'
Itch.
All of these disea-es are attended by
intense itching, which is atmst instant
ly telieved by applying Chamberlain's
Salve and by its continued ue a per
man nt cure may lie effected. Ft. lum
in fact, cured many ciies that !md re-si-ted
all other tretmeiit. Price 'J.'c
per box. For sale ly Frank Halt, and
leading druggists.
"PaleBohcmian
Lager Beer"
THE
BEER
FOR
THE
HEALTHY
WEALTHY
AND
WISE
on draught and in bottles
Brewed untlcr sanitary coiiillttoim and
prupti.y uk ft rin'it here in Aatoiia.
North Pacific
Brewing Go.
ASTORIA, OREGON.
IHWill'I'l 'I i'HIIiI" 1111 Ii I'fl 'iHH MM'1 Willi
DISCRIMINATING LADIE8.
Enjoy Ualns; Hrrplelde on Account (
IU Dln.lneClvenenM.
Tho ladles who have used Newbro'a
Herplclde speak of It In the highest
terms, for Its quick efTcct In clcanslni?
the scalp of dandruff and bIbo for Its ex
cellence as a general halr-drcsslnc. It
makes tho scalp feel fresh and It allays
that Itchlngf which dandruff will cause.
Newbro's Herplclde effectively cures
dandruff, as it destroys the germ that
causes It. The same germ causes hair to
fall out, and later baldness; In killing It,
Herplclde stops falling hair and prevents
baldness. It Is also an Ideal hair dress
ing, for It lends an aristocratic charm to
the hair that Is quite distinctive. Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps
for sample to The Herplclde Co., De
troit, Mich.
Kagle Drug Store, 351-353 Bond St.,
Owl Drug Store, 549 Com. St., T. F.
Ifttirin, Trop. "Special Agent."
A Piano Number Free
If You Want
fl
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uo to
itW(fJll (A
' fr fi 4,t:f
All Hinai-t up to date women of today,
Know how to bake, wash, ing, and to
play;
Without these talents a wife i- N'. fi.
I'lile-s hh - takes Hockv Mountain Tea.
Frank Mart, druggist,
Sleeplessness.
Iiiiicrs nf the stomach produce a
ri -i vini condition and often pieveut
sl.-ep. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets utimuhite the digestive organs,
re-tore the system to a healthy con
dition mid make sleep possible. For
cab' by Frank Hart and leading drug-gi-ts.
r
Duo u
Vim
NewSheetMusic
TODAY
WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER
FIFTY NEW COMPOSITIONS
THIS WEEK AND THERE ARE STILL A FEW MORE DUE
DON'T DELAY; COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER NOW BEFORE
THEY ARE PICKED OVER. MANY OF THEM WE HAVE ONE ONLY
Astoria Souvenir Post Cards
SEVERAL NEW AND DIFFERENT DESIGNS ON DISPLAY FOR
FIRST TIME 2 FOR 5c.
J. N. GRIFFIN
1
Weinhard' s
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
JOIINlFOX, Pres. and Rant.
V I. BIS1I01'. Secretary
Designers and Manufacturers of
THE LATEST IMFItOVKD
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers,
Complete Cannery
CORRESPONDENCE SOI iCITED.'
With Every $5.00 Purchaie
Goodness Is Better
Than Cheapness
yxw YOHK.
THK Ui:ST HATS IN T1IK W0RLD1
i h'tcrrd''
5C 1 form f htlMS Ar Pkn
.or
THE BKST SUITS IN AMERICA!
I CAN o.Y HO ,.10HK-I HKEDN'T IF
I COUUJ.
0UAI.ITY PAYS THE
BUST DIVIDEND,
Herman Wise
Atotia't Reliable Clothier.
Civfi Health, Vigor snd Tone.
, lletlniie is u boon for rnilT-tern from
' sneati'i.i. Ity its use the bhmd is
pil'-kly legend a? el mid th color !
; entii,., iioiinal. Ihe ilioopiiisj treng
is letjv-il, Iinguor is iiminilie..
Health, vigor and lone piedotnliiate.
1 N'evv hi,- and happy activity result.
I Mm l!.-l e II, Sniii'd Mi IdlpsboitiU,
II!.. wiiles, I have 1 ecu trvnibled with
livor complaint and poor blood, and
have found iiotbiiig to b-nelit me like
Heibine, I hope never to be without It.
I have wished that I had known of it
; in my husband' life time " 50c. SoKI bv
Hart's ding iliiie.
J
Beer.
A. L. FOX, Vice lVs,
ASTOKIA HAVINGS HANK, Trea
Outfits Furnished.
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