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THE MORNING ASTOUIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
FRIDAY, JULY I), '
Not How Cheap, But How Good
lt;a All Goodness In
Sinclair's Fidelity Ham
ROSS, HIGGINS & GO.
-astoria;s if adwo grocers. '
TERSE TIUS K IGE
OrkwlU Mil lUt. V " ' tf.
St hU souvnlrs it Svibmd'i.
National Bicycle for sela at OrkwlU.
Flnnlih Luthrn Sunday achool pic
nic. SepUmber 8, l to vwp
Tfc mr Uit board to t oMaln4 is
th dty U t "Ib Ooddtnt Hotal"
Rati wy raaaoaaM.
Hotal Irving, eonwr fiankta venue
ad Iltrtsth itrtft. European plMJ
fest noma as! botd la tbt city at !
How Do I lookv-To raally your
'f other too you, get on of thoe
new ttyl mirror at Hart' Drug Store 1
all price. A new tupply Jut reived.
K. A. Ackermen, 421 Bond 8L. dowel
maaiur of Usidvay, furniture apbol
l tiring, earpot cleaning and laying, mat
tru making a epwialty and a-J work
Notice Life Insurant eompanl, will
reduce tba rata 83 par eent to all who
agree to n nollUter Rocky Mountain
Tia. A wUo ro'aiura. Ta o Tablet
35 cent. 8old by Frank Hart.
No lucrtaee. From report of flher
men on tha river the run of salmon
show no Increase, except at the mouth
of the river, wbert a number of the gill
Better have uweded In making tMy
Funeral Today. The funeral of the
lata William Wilton, who waa burned
to death rly Wednesday morning, will
take place HiU afternoon from the Pohl
undertaking parlor. Rev. RydquUt of-fli-latlng.
The Interment will ba In
Arreat Peddler. A man giving the
name of Wick wat arreted by Con
atabla John Sayre, and turned over to
the tender mercle of the police, where
ha admitted to having traded varioua
article of Imitation Jewelry to a num
ber of bouekeeper In the reMdencc
section of the city, for wot anything
bo wa able to ft- After deposing $25
ball tha fellow wa allowed to depart.
N wny oon't you nave your wora none
by tho Eaatorn Painting ft Decorating
Company, 75 Ninth atreat? They do
tho work cheaper, quicker and better
than any other Ann. Tho Parker
Houaa which la being papered and
painted from cellar to garret la being
don by them. Go and inapect tho work.
FOR A FEW
Keep Cool Now. Several electric
fnn were Installed in tha Star theatre
yenterday by KUg Manager Turluton.
for the comfort of tli patron of that
Laid to Beit Tho funeral of the lot
Mix Allc Wrluht took nlaca " veiter-
day uiorning from Grace Eplcopal
church. There wa a ery lurgt attend
ance preent, and the beautiful and lm-
nrciv ritual of that church aa un
folded by the rector, Rev. W. Beymour
Short, wa pisgnant of the sorrow felt
by all who heard It. Th music wa
particularly applicable to the sad occa
Ion, ami tho wealth of lovely flower
contributed pk significantly of the
deep sorrow felt by th community in
thU untoward event. Iho pall-nearer
were all young friend of the d'd girl,
namely,' Mewr. (I. II. Ohler, Lawrence
Roger. Wllwin fctlne, Frank Woodfteld,
Harvey Allen and Jame ltobb. Inter
ment wa had In the cemetery at
(Ven View. Nearly all the war vet
eran in the city were present a a
mark of honor to their ttrlcktn comrade
and hi not-rowing wife, Mr. and Mr.
C. 8. Wright.
Tba Wrong Mn. The therlffa office
her yetrdy ent out a tel graphie
requet to the authoritle at Foret
Grove for the arreit and detention of
th two young larcenUK Hurling and
Powell, wanted at faid and received
a wlra that they wer In cuMody. Be
fore anything could be done toward
bringing them back, it wa announced
from 8eaide that th two men had
appeared in court there and given them
lve up, had Wen releaed and had
returned to work at the mill. Trii
obviated further tep a to men at For
et Orove, Who , were evidently not
wanted, and word to that effect wa for
warded. Will Determine It. Chairman R. M.
Leather of th Twelfth Annual Re
gatta Committee rejort that the aolieit
lug committee heretofore appointed in
the matter of (weuring fund for the
regatta will make a thorough canva
of the city during the coming week, and
the work will have a determining effect
In deciding whether the festival la to
be held thU year or not. They will aoon
get In touch with the tone of public
xentiment in connection with the mat
ter, and their report w ill be final in the
New 00kra Elected. The Aotoria
ProgreIve Commercial AciUon
better known a the 'TuKh Club," ha
had a meeting and choacn it new offi
cer for the enuing year, a follow:
Frenldent, Dr. R. J. Pilklngton; ecre-
tary, J. A. Eakinj treaeurer, J. N.
Griffin, and a board of director foment
ing K. Oxburn, T. L. Ball, R. M. Leath
er, A. L. Fox and C. W. Carnahan. Fjc
Presidcnt Carnulmn, on hi relinquish
ment of the chair, made a flue and
spirited talk in behalf of the new year'
work of the anHociation.
Too Much Heat.-IIon. W. H. Hume
linn suffered Intensely from the fearful
hent thiit hn p. vailed at the metro
poll for the past few day; and on
Wednesday evening he euccumbed to
the pressure to such an extent that pro
fessiinal aid wa required to restore him
to normal conditions. Dr. Cordiner was
uoceHful in averting a eriout outcome
to the attack.
Seven Dtgreea the Bast. Astoria has
a prime advantage in her cooling ea
breeze over the city of Portland. There
It wa a shade over 102 yesterday after
noon, while at the same hour it wa but
05 degree. It waa hot enough here at
that, and the evening breeie wa cordial
ly welcome when it did spring up.
Bright eyea are an Infallible index to
youth, window from which Cupid ahoot
his arrow. Hollister'a Rocky Mountain
Tea make bright eyea, rosy oheeka. Tea
or Tablet, 35 cent. Sold by Frank
' Off for Germany. Deputy County
Clerk Q. Zeigler.left for Germany on
last evening' express for Portland. Ho
will be absent for about two months
and will bring back his wife and child
dren on hi return.
Morning Astorlan, 05 cent per month.
Piano Drawing. At th daneo and
i)lno contet given by Herman WIm to
hi ciiiitomer, th following gentleman
were t'hown a Judge 1 Jen H. Hannen,
I). Itrown, Frank Vaiiglian. A. T.
HleverU. mid IL Jonea and little Cracie
(loodelj being blindfolded,, drew the fol
lowing! No, 31l, held Afi Hob. Giriluf,
Tlllainook Hock LlghthpSaetand lo. 1175
. 1 I , . f. I fll ... ' ..i . '.'..h.!.. It
Parker Hohwi th nexVovenTwill take
place Immediately after- Chritina, when
Mr. Wlmt iiioinie M;methlnir entirely
new for tint ntrtalnment of hi many
tut ouier j aav your WIHK tula dip.
Fatally Hurt A dlmmWi from Wal-
lulu, Vli., av At 3 o'clock Tburnday
morning. Ueorge McKinley, aged. 23, a
plumber' apprentice from Ixw Angela,
while boardinir. tho rod of a freiuht
train here, Imd both foet cut off and hi
skull fractured. Hi wound were dre-
ed by ailroad Surgeon Watkln, and he
wa taken to Ht. Mary' Honpial atwalla
Walla. He I probably fatally hurt.
He ha relative at Atorla and Ix
Don la Probata Court, Attorney
Frank Spittle yeterday filed the peti
tion of Oltia Iaacon Taaveniku praying
for letter of administration In the es
tate of Cliarea Iiiaeon Taaveniku, de
ceased, which I valued at VIM. Judge
Trenchard made an order to that effect
placing her bond at $1600. He alo ap
oointi'd the following anpraiwr of eaid
estate Kritk fiutafon, 0cr Johnon
and Frank Hjorntrom.
Tba Clever Things-Vetcrday when
tlty Superintendent A". L. Clark went
to pay for the fine flag pole erected by
the echool children at the city park, on
the 3d intant, at the office of the City
Box A lumber Company, that concern
promptly receipted the bill in full a
their donation to the caue. The till
amounted to eotuetbing over $7. Xot
much, but enough to reveal a kindly im
pulse. Dd to the Kecorda-Tbe following
realty transfer 'were Hied at the county
clerk' office yesterday, for public rec
ord: ilermoa Park Investment Com
pany to E. Zimmerman, warranty. $300,
at M, block 22. Hermosa Park. The
United Statea to Lo Nytrom. patent,
for 40 acr In section 12, T. 0 R- 0
W. Ijco Nystrom and wife to the Min
neota A Otfgoii I-and A Timber Com
pany ,the above 40 acre.
Another Step MadeLessee R. E.
Fiver, of the new Fiher' Opera nous
ha retvived a very eatUfaetory con
tract for the furniohlng of entertain
ments at that place of amusement dur
ing hi Incumbency, and the booking
will be made as aoon aa he can get them.
The season, under this insurance, .which
come from the Northwestern Theatrical
Association, of New York, mean that
the quality of entertainment here are
to be of the very best
Finally Committed. County Judge
Trenehard yesterday igned the commit
ment of Charles Parks, to the Oregon
asylum for the Insane, and he will be
taken there some time , today, aa the
attendant have been eummoned here in
this behalf. It It another ad chapter
in the poor fellow' life, inado miserable
and futile, though the evil that other
Home from tho North. Ex-Police
Officer Albert Thompson, of this city,
who. upon his retirement from the mu
nicipal service here, went to Fairbanks,
Alaskn, on a mining venture, has return
ed to Astoria, owing to the fact that
thing were not wholly to hi liking In
the matter and rather than remain there
without some definite purpose, came
home at once.
Stiff Breeie. Yesterday while As
toria wa enjoying the warmth of a
summer day, and while there wa
searcelv any breeto blowing, the wind at
the mouth of the Columbia, was reported
to be blowing 50 mile on hour. The
weather otherwise at the beach was
fine. One fisherman's boat wa over
turned, but no Uvea lost.
First Paper Filed. Jacob Putas, a
native of Finland, yesterday filed his de
claration of Intention with County Clerk
To Seaside. George Noland, accom
panied by his family, have gone to Sea
side to spend a few weeks In their cot
tage, enjoying th ocean breeze.
"Behold the Western ky,
Where people live but never die."
The reason for thla is plain to tee,
They all take Rooky Mountain Tea.
Sold by Frank Hart.
Old Chronic Seres.
As a dressing for old chronic sores
there Is nothing so good as Chamber
Iain's Salve. While it 1 not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they should be
kept In a good condition for which thla
salve is especially valuable. For sale by
Frank Hart and leading druggist.
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CLOTHES BOUGHT AT WISE'S PRESSED FREE OF
V CHARGE WHENEVER. YOU SAY SO
NO, ADMISSION WITHOUT INVITATION
"A GAY DECEIVER"
LAST NIGHT .
LARGE CK0WD WITNESSES FIRST
PRODUCTION OF "A GAY DE
CEIVER" AT THE STAR BY THE
WILLARD STOCK COMPANY.
Laugh and grow fat," well It the im
pression that the Willard Company
placed the weight that thia hot weather
ha taken off. The comedy, "A Gay
Deceiver," that wa produced but night,
kept the audience in a continual roar of
laughter, Mr. Willard, as
Lyon! M. D., with bi continual lying.
caused a continual roar of - laughter.
Mr. Willard. in light comedy, is as plea
ing and refrebing only the exceed
ingly clever actor that he la can be;
but that ia the secret of all great actors
versatility, and when the Astoria public
welcomes Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Ilyde, and
compares the two parte of this week and
next, no room can be left In their mind
as to the wonderful talent this young
actor is possessed of. Mr. Blanchard was
supported Mr. Willard in an excellent
manner. Mr. Layton as Darby Daah
wood, sustained hi part excellently.
Mr. Mathewg as Lysander's valet, did
well. Mr. Morton had indeed a very dif
ferent part to play and hia handling of
it showed the capabilities, that the clev-
er actor is possessed of. Miss Hepburn
and Hiss Herbert were both exceptional
ly prepossessing their parts; and the
summoning up of "A Gay Deceiver" ia
that i is a clever, bright and artistic
comedy, and one well calculated to
drive dull care away.
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
To facilitate the movement of Seaside
travel during the present season, and ia
order to avoid delays caused by frequent
stop of heavy trains, the A. A C R. R-
wilL on and after June 30th, until fur
ther notice, discontinue stopping through
trains from Portland at points on tu
Seaside division between Warrenton and
Gearhart, in both directions, and passen
gers for Skipanon, Morrison, Glenwood,
must use trains leaving Astoria at 8:10
a. m, 11:30 . m.. or 6:50 p. m., daily,
and trains leaving Seaside at 6:60 a. m.
9:40 a. m. or 2:30 p. m. daily.
Trains leavinir Astoria at 11:35 a. m.
daily and 6:05 p. m., Saturday only, and
train leavinir Seaside at 6:00 p. m., dally,
are through trains and will not handle
passengers or baggage for point hown
, ' J. C. MAYO,
General Passenger Agent.
Astoria, Ore June 25, 1906. 6-26-10t.
All property ownera having suitable
it for the nroooaed new and modern
hotel, within tha business district of
Astoria, are requested to submit ame,
giving location, dimenslona and purchase
price, together with a sixty-aay opuon,
to the secretary of the committee. Ad
dresa F. L. Parker, secretary, P. 0. Box
137, Astoria, Oregon.
The Dance and Piano Presentation
Had to be Changed to July 12th Be
cause Logan's Hall Will be Otherwise
Occupied on the Uth h
The Advance Agent of 4
STYLE AND QUALITY CLOTHES
P. GEVURTZ, Mgr.
SECOND ANNUAL.TOUR OF: -
MR. LEE WILLARD
. Supported by an Excellent Company
V Under the Manage cent of
, ARTHUR C. 1 OX
In High Class Drama and Comedy '
Tonight and Saturday
Beginning Monday, July 16th, the
4 Louia Stevenson's famous novel
Summer Prices, 15c and
ARE YOU A BON VTVANT? .
The pith of life, after all, is a good
feed. The good things of thi life are
not aa a rule easily found, ao that it is
s, pleasure to find so close at hand a
flrst-claa up-to-date establishmeent,
whre one geta those good things at
every meal like the Palace Restaurant,
on Commercial atreet. The home of the
bon viant. tf
BE A CUCUMBER.
Don't Mind Thia Hot Weather Keep In
the Shade. . - v,
.Be a cucumber I
Forget the heat and remembered how
you shivered last winter. Keep in the
And don't kick I .
One of Astoria's Cat men was met yesterday-
walking up Commercial street.
The perspiration was rolling down both
sides of hisfaee. It was dripping from
his nose. Two little rivulets were
coursing down his back.
He stopped to speak to a friend and
as he stopped he took off his hat and
began mopping his face with a towel.
Yes, sir,, a towel I ,
"Is this hot enough for you, fatty t:
he was asked.
"Say," he replied, "I feel just like
I a government irrigation project, isn't
it fierce? But," he added, "this is the
weather that makes the crops jump."
And then "fatty" turned around and
thumbed his nose at the sun, gave his
head a few mora wipes, and headed for
a Pabat soda fountain.
That's the kind of a spirit to show.
Don't grumble! .
Be ft cucumber I
Saved His Comrade's Life.
"While returning from the Grand
Army Encampment at Washington City,
a comrade from Elgin, 111., was taken
with cholera morbus and was In a criti
cal condition." says Mr. J. E. Hough
land, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and believe saved his life . I
have been engaged for ten years in im
imgration work and conducted many
parties to the south arid west. I al
ways carry this remedy and have used
it suecesfuly on many occasions." Sold
by Frank Hart, leading druggist.
celebrated dramatiiatjon of Robert
' "DR. JEKYLL AND MR HYDE"
25c Reserved Seats 35c
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R." J. McKinnon of Galveston was in
the city yesterday. ; ' -
T. G. Adams of Medford, spent the
day here yesterday. . ,
TV It TUtinnA nf Flon vat waa flninrv
business in Astoria yesterday. '
Mrs. L' Gilmore of Monmouth is in
the city, the gu,est of friend.
Al M. Butler of Portland, came down
on the noon express yesterday.
T. B. Curtis of Silverton, spent the
day here yesterday on business.
J. A. McAyeal of Portland, spent the
day here yesterday on business.
C; J. Applegate of Klamath was in As
toria yesterday on business bent.
C H. Mapleton of Spokane arrived
here yesterday on a business trip.
M. A. Sanders of Los Angeles waa
doing business in Astoria yeterday.
L. M. Stevens of Victoria was a busi
ness visitor in this city yesterday.
F. B. Carrington of Bellinghara was a
business visitor in Astoria yesterday.
C. P. Maginis of Portlond was in the
city yesterday on a matter of business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Mansur have gone to
Cannon Beach for a three weeks' out
ing. Mrs. A. H. Sale of Young's River, Is
visiting in Astoria. She will remain her
about 10 days. ' J, ' t- .-
"Arthur May Thorpe of San Fran
cisco, spent the day here yesterday on
a business quest. .
W. T. Chutter and Miss Marian Chut
ter of Seattle are in the city, guests at
the Hotel Occident.
Daniel W. Nye of New York Is a
business visitor in Astoria" and regis
tered at the Occident. :
C. A. Carmichael of Pendleton arrived
here yetserday on the noon train en
route to Seaside for the summer. .
Ray Day, manager of the Morse de
partment store, has returned from a
brief business trip to the metropolis.
Mrs. N. J. Lcttritz arrived here yester
day on the noon elfprlss fram Portland
in the interests of the well known order,
Women of Woodcraft.
Morning Astorian, 65 cent per month,