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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1906)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 9, igofi.
THE MORNING ASTOKIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
GIVE AMERICAN GOODS THE PREFERENCE WHEN '
EVER POSSIBLE. IN MOST CASES THEY ARE EQUAL
TO OR BETTER THAN GOODS IMPORTED FROM FOR
EIGN COUNTRIES, THIS XS ESPECIALLY TRUE IN RE
GARD TO OLIVE OILS, WE RECOMMEND THE USE Of
"EHHANS OLIVE OIL"
FOR ALL PURPOSES FOR WHICH OLIVE OIL IS USED,
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
TERSE TALES 01 1 ill
Orkwiti hIIi ekat.
S thsll souvenir at Svinwn't.
Orkwiti Repair Bicycle
Dell It. Scully, Notary FubJIc. at
Scully' Cigar Stor. Any old hourl
Tat Ttry bait board to b obtained la
tbt city ia at "To OcdJtnt HotaL"
Kattt my taaaonabla.
Ie Cream mad from full cream, 15o
par pint. Special price for lodge and
eburcbea, at Tagg'i confectionary. 7-IO-tf
Hotal Irving, corner Franklin avenue
tad Eleventh atrett. European plan;
boat reoma and board is tba dty at tea
ao uble price.
How Do I look. To really tea your
e'f aa other aea you, get one of those
new atyla mirror at Hart' Drug Store 1
all price. A new eupply Just rwlvtd.
A Word to the Wiae.-Mft W. L
(iould, tha repreaciitativ of tba Ameri
can I) Forest Wireless Telegraph Co..
stopping at the Occident Hotel, ay
Hint Willi the rapid formation f sub
sidiary companies of the American l
Fnrest, (lie stock of Out parent company
will soon le withdrawn. No mor se
curities of this company will te sold
than nwary to provide fund of eon
ai ruction. Never in hUtory has a iwlcn
tlflc invention made the mime substan
tial prgil-W Unit tb American IJc
Knri't VMi' Telegraph has done,
In Ion limn four year almot half of
the world !m been covered hy thi
company, through thi'lr nuhnidiary com
panies, thu liicrcii.i-il earning ami
eelpU from these companies are ft
removing the nwlty for nle of stock,
and the price of the securities will be
ubliintlally advanced. Don't fail to
take advantage t the present, to buy
Council Meeting. Tomorrow night
will occur the regular meeting of the
city council ,at which time there will be
numlier of mutter to come up for
consideration. The steam roller trono-
"itioil will I mttlcd in all likelihood
at thi meeting.
N. A. Ackerman, 421 Bond St., doe all
Banner of taxidermy, furniture uphol
taring, oarpat oleaoliig and laying, mat
treaa making a apedalty and a-1 work
Slight Decrease. There wa a alight
decrca In the eteh of flh yesterday.
It U thought that next week will ihow
an Improvement a the tide will be
POLITICS QUIET IN
REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES WILL BE
HELD ON SEPTEMBER 11TH AT
SKAMOEAWA AND COUNTY CON
VENTION AUGUST laTH.
Oiio of Cathlamet' prominent politic
lan, who wa in tha city yesterday in
speaking of the political situation in
Wahkfuhitm county, stated that every
thing I a yet very serene and If one
i to judge by preent Indications, a
very quint campaign can be looked for.
Continuing ho said!
"The republican county central com
mittee met la BkamokttW-a on August 1
and decided to hold the prima rle
throughout the county on September 11
and the county convention at Cathlamet
on August 12, At that time a full coun
ty ticket and delegate to the state and
joint senatorial convention will be
named. The representation of the var
iou precinct in bawd upon the vote
given for C. S, Cosgrove in 1904.
"Hut few change are expected to take
place In the oflice of the county a,
excepting the chool tuperlntendent and
commissioner of the Third dintrict, each
of whom 1 eerving hi second cons'
cutive term, all the office-holder are
eligible for r-eletIon,
"for joint tenator there is aonie
peculation rife an to who will be chosen.
John T. Welch, Incumbent, from Pacific
county, l out for re-election, and al
ready 11. A, heaiiorg. a cannery man
from Bay View, in thi county, ha aig'
niflcd hi Intention of making a run for
the teat. More candidate are expected
to lie lu the field before convention day
"For representative In the legislature
there have yet been no public announce
EXPERIMENT ENDS HERE
There la Jut a good flh ia tha brlna
Aa aver coma out of the tea.
But you will take It out In fUhlng.
Unleu you take Rocky Mountain Tea
Sold by Frank Ilart.
' Infant Diea,-The infant ton of J. N.
Illckard of Lewi Jt Clark died yeUr
day morning at the Hammond houe in
thi city. The remain will bo taken to
the Ii and Clark cemetery for In
terment. Leg Broken. While tilting on a lum
ber pile near the C'lntnop mill yesterday
( r Gutafon, the young sou of K.
(iuslafton, had the mittfoKune to break
bit leg. The lumber wae puhed over by
a number of boy and in falling the leg
Why don't you bare your work dona
by the Eaatera Painting k Decorating
Company 385 Commercial street? They do
tba work cheaper, quicker and better
than any other firm, Tba Parker
Houaa which ia being papered and
painted from cellar to garret it being
dona by them. Go and inspect tha work.
Complexion treatments are a neces
sary part of the grooming of a well
preserved woman. It la not so much a
matter of how you look today, as how
you will look tomorrw. Ilollister'a
Rocky Mountain Tea does the buines.
Tea or Tablets, 35 cent. Sold by Frank
One year ago tba management of the Morning Astoriaa concluded to
try the experiment of a aeren-day issue of the paper, la tha hope that tha
butineaa and aodal intereata of tha city might Justify itt establishment
aa a permanent principle of the tutineta.
Tha year ended yesterday, and the conclusion la inevitable that tha
experiment baa not justified tba departure; hence, it ia bare and now
abandoned, and the Monday issue of tha paper ia withdrawn from cir
culation. It waa tha only paper ia the etate, outside the metropolis, that over
made the venture, and it leavea the field after a year of painstaking
care and ample aervice, convinced that Astoria ia not yet ready for
essential advantage of 365-day paper of itt own.
A Sad Affliction. The steamer Nah
cotta on her arrival here yenterday af
ternoon, from Iiwaco. had among her
puienger, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ii. Pycr, of
Khoalwatcr Bay. who were taking to
Portland, for a major operation, their
little 4-yeur-old daughter, Alice, whoso
left limb, it i alleged, mut be sacrificed
to save her life from the results of
bone trouble engendered a month or so
ago in a fall. They continued the jour
ney, on the evening expre, and the
little one will be treated at the Good
Samiiriun Iloopital there.
merits made by any aspirant for the
place, but J. G. Megler, who held this
position Initt eton and served as speak
er of the home during the entire term,
ia looked upon to make the run again."
na Aspirations. nermann Kiatte, a
native of Finland, yesterday declared hi
intention of becoming a citizen of the
United States, and filed the neccanary
formal statement with County deck
Meets Monday. The regular meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce will take
place tomorrow evening for the con-
aideratlon of n mimbci of important
Paye Out Money. The sum of $879.80
wiw paid yesterday by the city treas
urer in warrants drawn on the general
Boneless Dolled Ham,
Imperial Nut Butter, Saratoga Chips
Kingsburys Lemon Juice
and Other Lunch Specialties
WE SELL ICE
Have Left the State. An order was
made by Judge Trenchard, in probate
court yesterday, directing that citation
inane to the executors of the etat of
Dennis Kclliher, deceased, requiring them
to show cause why they left the state.
The process is returnable in court on
September 4th, next.
Saw Big Bear. A. Scherneckau of this
city reports that last Friday evening
while driving along the Lewis and Clark
road the bridge he saw a large black
bear on the river's bank. The bear im
mediately upon catching sight of the rig
entered the river and swam across dis
appearing iii the woods on the other
side. Scarcity of food in the hills is
said to be the cause of so many wild
animals being seen lately in this
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SUITS BOUGHT AT WISE'S PRESSED
FREE WHENEVER YOU SAY SO,
YOU CAN'T LOOK "FOOLISH" IN A
For the reason that Wise has Modern
Taste, and what some clothiers call
fine, Wise wouldn't look at.
Wise is Sole Agent
in Astoria for the
Hat and Cashartt
HIGH ART SUITS
HENRY J. BROCK'S
UNION LABEL SUITS
THEY ARE BEST BY TEST
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
Lee Wilard Company Give Monte Criato
Tonight For Last Time.
The Star theatre was again packed
to nee the third performance of "Mont
Cristo." This is certainly one of the
best pieces Mr. Willard has appeared in
and which we think shows to the best
advantage, bis splendid stage presence
making him a striking figure. Sur
rounded as he is with a splendid com
pany, the piece goes with a great awing.
Mr. Blanchard, as the drunken inn
keeper was the cause of much merry
uient and deserves much praise for his
good woiHc. Tonight being the last of
Anton Fritz of the metropolis waa a
visitor in Astoria yesterday.
Miss Irene Flynn of Portland was
among the visitors here yesterday.
H. T. Findley of Medford waa ia the
city yesterday on a business quest.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mitchell of Port
land, were in the city yesterday.
T. It Hutchingt of Knappton was
business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Paul French of The Dalles came
down on the noon express yesterday.
W. . Churchill of Albany was in the
this beautiful bill, a packed house is city yesterday on a brief summer trip.
Tomorrow night the Lee Willard Co
will produce the celebrated emotional
drama, "East Lynne." This work of
Mrs. Henry Wood's, is too well known
for us to give any particulars.
Mr. Willaixl will be seen in the role
of Archibald Caryle, a part that will
suit thin talented actor. Miss Sheppard
will be seen in the dual part of "Lady
Isabel" and "Madam Pine" and the rest
of the company will .be seeu to advant
age. Good houses are sure to greet this
play, especially as this will be the clos
ing week of Mr. Willard and his excel
All But Finished. The Astoria de-
pot of the A. 4 C. railway has been put
in thoroughly presentable and comfort
able shape, and is now bristling with
bright paint and varnish, from one end
to the other, and all it needs is a decent
system of lights, electric, inside and
outside, to enable the people to see and
appreciate the changes that have taken
place down there. When the lighting is
put in the popular gathering place for
the public of Astoria will be very in'
Had a Good Time. The local Carpen
tors' Union, No. 017, gathered last
evening to greet the traveling delegate
of Oregon and Washington, who repre
sents the National United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners of America,
Mr. John B. Shrader, and they made him
welcome in cheerful and generous fash
ion. He compensated them by a long
and interesting detail on the work of the
craft In the states he stands for, and in
the country at large and the, evening
was most thoroughly enjoyed by all
Perfecting Its Line. General Manager
J. P. O'Brien and a party of other 0. R.
N. officials arrived here yesterday
morning on his private car, and went
directly to the northshore, where they
will indulge m a bit of recreation over
Sunday, and on Monday will overlook
the company's right of way between
Iiwaco and Knappton, with a view of
projecting their1 north beach line to
the upper point on the river, in order
that the company's boats may not be
deterred, another season, by arbitrary
tides and shifting channel sands, to the
detriment of the ocean-side service.
Surveyors will be sent out to verify and
roinark the route and the work of
building will be commenced at the earl
iest possible moment, but just when is
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
oome on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring the expense of
physician's services in such cases if
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr
hoea. Remedy is at hand. A dose of this
remedy will relieve the patient before
the doctor could arrive. It has never
bean known to fall, even in the most
severe and dangerous cases and no fam
ily shouW be without it. For Bale by
rranic nan, leading druggist. aug
NEW COMMERCIAL TREATY.
ST. PETERSBURG, August 4.-Nego-
tiations were begun today for the con
clusion of a new Russo-Japanese treaty
of shipping and commerce.
Mrs. W. R, Coylo of St Paul reached
Astoria yesterday morning on an outing
It Wilder of Portland was a passenger
for Astoria, on the noon express yester
day. IL W, Loveland of Portland came
down yesterday morning for a business
Bruce Fnn, of Portland, was in the
city yesterday, and quartered at the
Mr .and Mrs. Frederick Frita were
among the arrivals from Portland in this
Hon. Asmus Brix was a homing pas
senger from Portland on the noon ex
James Wright of Baker City arrived
in Astoria yesterday and was regis
tered at the Occident.
Mr. ksd Mrs. H. W. Andrews, came
down from the metropolis yesterday, en
route 'to the sands at Seaside.
Albert Kublich came down from the
metropolis on the noon express yester
day for an over-Sunday visit with
Mrs. E. L. Bettinger and daughter of
Portland arrived in the city at 11:35 a.
m. yesterday, and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Prael.
Airs, reier svensen, ot bvensen, was
in the city yesterday, on a shopping
tour, and returned to her home on the
A. O. Long Sr. and Jr. of Portland
were in the city yesterday morning en
route to their cottage home by the sea
side at Seaside.
John Nordstrom is perambulating on
a pair of crutches these days as a
tribute to the remorseless exactions of
rheumatism; but he is cheerful withal,
and hopes soon to be exempt from the
cause and crutches.
Mr. and Mis. David Kenworthy, of
Walla Walla, who have been touring the
coast resorts, for the past month, are
in the city, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
N. J. Judah. They will visit the Capitol
and Newport before returning to their
The manager of the'famo'ut R. L. Polk
& Company directory business, Mrs.
Clinton, and her daughters, of Portland,
were in the city yesterday, en route to
Seaside for a few days otuing, by way
of rest from the long and exacting
stress of business,
Notice is hereby given that tha
county superintendent of Clattop coun
ty, will hold the regular examination of
applicants for atate and county paper
at the Court Houaa aa follow:
For State Paper.
Commencing Wednesday, August 8, at
9 o'clock a. m, and continuing until
Saturday. August 10t at 4 o'clock, p, m.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
spelling, physical geography, reading,
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, bookkeeping,
physics, civil government.
Friday Physiology, geography men
tal arithmetic, composition, algebra.
Saturday Botany, plane geometry,
general history, English literature,
For County Paper.
Commencing Wednesday, August 8th,
at 9 o'clock, a. m and continuing until
Friday, August 10th at 4 o'clock. Firs
second and third grade certificates.
Wednesday Penmanship history.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
of teaching, grammar, physiology.
Friday Geography, mental arithme
tic, school law, civil government.
Wednesday Penmanship, ortho
graphy, arithmetic, reading.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching, physiology.
EMMA C. WARREN,
Supt. of Clatsop Co.
Astoria, Ore., July 30, 1906.
Everything Is Smooth. Things are
running happily and smoothly at the
Astoria Iron Works nowadays, and
there is no sign of the late strike. The
force is all at work, the work is plen
tiful and orders are piling in day by
day, and only the sound of the machin
ery and its uninterrupted hum prevails
Making Good Time There is no doubt
felt by anyone, now, that Fishers' opera
house will be in complete shape 65 days
hence, or on October 1st; the building is
all enclosed, and nearly roofed in, and
the rough work done everywhere. It is
going to very much of an improvement
on the former structure, and will be
made good use of during the coming
winter season, when some of the best
bills ever known here are to be put on
by the management.
Tonight's the Night. At 7:30 o'clock
this evening the Regatta Committee will
meet at the headquarters on the ground
floor of the Flavel block, to canvas the
details of the coming regatta and to
fix the time for holding the festival.
Everyone Bhould be present and take a
definite stand in the big work and aid
in making it the greatest event of its
kind in the history of Astoria. Don't
forget it I 7:30 o'clock A. M.