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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1906)
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 190O.
THE MORNING ASTOIIIAN, . ASTORIA, OREGON.
BIG POPULAR EVENT
OIVZ AMERICAN GOODS THE PREFERENCE WHEN
EVER POSSIBLE. IN MOST CASES THEY ARE EQUAL
TO OR BETTER THAN GOODS IMPORTED FROM FOR'
EIGN COUNTRIES, THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE IN RE
GARD TO OLIVE OILS, WE RECOMMEND TBE USE OF
EhmaiVs California 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.
SUITS BOUGHT AT WISE'S PRESSED
FREE WHENEVER YOU SAY SO
PAPE-GLOSS AMATEUR CHAMPION
SHIP ROWING CONTEST IS WITH
IN EASY SCOPE OF ASTORIA
YOU CAN'T LOOK "FOOLISH" IN A
TERSE liS Of THE
Orkwlti Milt ikat.
New aouvenlr poalala at Svtutoo'i.
Orkwiti Repair Bicycle oa abort
111 D. Scully, Notary Public, at
Scully' Clear Store. Any old hour I
tU very btt board to U obttlntd it
tb dty li at "Tea Occident Hotel'
Katci nrj rtawnablt.
For Sale Five lot. Mark 1, Yoiinn'
addition) your 011 price. Enquire
room 49, Asior hnm, 8-93t.
Ice Cream mad from full Oram, 15o
par pint. Special prleee for lodge and
churches, at Tegt confectionary. 7-10 tf
Hotel Irving, comer Franklin arena
tad Eleventh itreet. European plan;
beat reoroa and board In the dty at re,
How Do I look. To real); it your
ei)f aa other ae you, get ona of those
atyle mirror at Hart' Drug Storej
II price. A new tupply Jutt received.
N. A. Ackermao, 421 Bond St, do all
Banner of Uiideray, furniture upbol
atarkg, oarpet eloLug and laying, mat
tra making a apedalty tad al work
There ie Juat a good (lib la the brine
At ever com out of tb aaa.
But you will take it out in fishing.
Unle you take Rocky Mountain Tea.
Bold by Frank Hart.
Soma girl are cleverj they have made
themselves great bcautle by taking IIol
Hater Rocky Mountain Tea. There I
no achemlng, they fight thy of cosmetic
ad have become the bandaomeet girl In
tb (tat. Tea or Tablet, 35 cent. Sold
by Frank Hart.
Why don't you have your work don
by the Eaatera Painting k Decorating
Company, 363 Commercial itreet? They
do the work cheaper, quicker and better
than any other firm. We are now in
our new home and will be pleated to
meet our patron, both old and new.
Call and inspect our work.
The interne itching characterittie of
aalt rheum and eczema it instantly al
layed by applying Chamberlain'a Salve.
A a cure for akin dleaact thia talva it
unequalled. For tale by Frank Hart,
leading druggist, aug
Complexion treatment are a necet
aary part of the grooming of a well
preserved woman, It It not to much a
matter of how you look today, aa how
you will look tomorrw, HoIHiter'i
Rocky Mountain Tea doet the business.
Tea or TtbleU 35 cent. Sold by Frunk
Morning Attorian, 65 cent per month.
Talk About Your Dogt. Kd. Llewelyn,
(he popular driver of No, 1 hone furring?,
I jierfectly luippy when lie U surround
ed with dog nd how and rut. He
ha nine valuable end handwun canine
hoarding at hi kennel now; four point
r, one irreat Dane, one Irih water
punll, one fox -terrier, one corker upon
iel, and one bull dog. There are several
of them on the hk lit hut alt of them
are convalescent, and they are having
the lime of their liven, especially
"Kiiildge,H the bull-pop belonging to
Will Hume. H.iii.lM U the life of
the summer Ikmi rlr at the hotel IJew.
elyn, and the pretttit thing tlmt ever
iHirted au Inch of solid undershot jnw
lln 1 the eat depatcbcr for the iteiulv
lorhood. and ha only one left to di-
poe of, the mascot of the fire station
o. 1. Thl eat defies him in the rm'
liameleM yet successful manner, and
the hi ,illc ( 'eiil liluu'if l.eoiiv
he ean'r bluff her. It is worth one'
uhllr to vl-it till hospital 0 Iwelyn'
ml note the exquisite cleanliness with
which the flue animal are kept, M
ay this U the first reiiil.ite for t!i
care of any animal and prove hi doc
trine to the lelter. They are a!) sleek
and lust fat enough to I good
looking, and they obey their friend and
keeper like children and do it through
sheer love of him. All of ihem are
licensed animal and the dog-caUlier
ha no terror for any of them. "Siniidge"
I'd become an expert jumper since hi
tay there, and now plunge down
twenty feet into a net. having
been trained to do it foot at a time.
The whole bunch are of the finest ttrain
of their peculiar kind, and are highly
prized by their owner.
A a Unlucky Spill By 'reason of a
preading rail on the freight-house track
of the Astoria 4 Columbia River Rail
road early yesterday mornng. two loaded
freight car were precipitated into the
Columbia river, on an ebbing tide. One
of them wa full to the roof with canned
salmon In cases, and the other contained
mixed merchandle gathered between this
city and Portland. The hitter car fell
on top of one of the Seaborg cannery
house boat and three men who were
leeping therein had the shock of their
lives and it bos escape also. They
were asleep jut on Uie other side of
the boat from that which wa struck by
the falling car, and not eight feet away.
The wreck will I cleared In a day or
two and the line fortified with new iron.
The damage will not exceed four hun
dred dollar it ia thought by the com
Return Smiling.-C. H. Morse, the well
known dry good merchant wa back iu
hi fine Commercial treet store ycster
day morning, after a. sojourn of two
months, with Mrs. Morse and their con,
at hia old home in Miitomoro, Michigan,
where he enjoyed all the pleasure of
hi "old home," and they were very
many according to his relation of the
good times provided for them by friend
and kinsmen there. He report trade
condition in the en at as manifestly im
proved everywhere and in every line.
and 0 nthc aolidest bis known in year.
L. 0. T. M. Columbia Hive, No. 8.
L. 0. T. M., had a very interesting ses
sion lut evening nt which tome very
important business wa transacted, after
which nil present partook of a delicious
luncheon. The tocinl features were en
joyed to the utmost; the committee hav
ing prepared n delightful program,
Sweet Green Corn 15c Per Dozen
Clatsop County Honey 15c Comb
WE SELL ICE
The regatta committee would do well
to make any poible concession to secure
such a notable and alluring event for
the coming regatta season here, as the
pulling off of the proposed champion
ship rowing contest between Kd Gloss
and Al, Tape of San Francisco in these
water. It will attract thousand anl
lend importance to Atoria't hiUry and
influence a a sport center and give a
cut to the coming festival that will be
Invaluable, not only in a money tense,
but In the way of record making at well.
It were well to close the matter at
once, befois other eitie get in with a
successful offer and do it with a snap
that evince Astoria' love of genuine
sport and of championship work,
Yterduy' Oregon! a ha this to ay
in regard to the pending contest, and 1:
illustrates the value of the affair to this
"Al. re, the San Francbtco oarsman
who hold the title of champion single
sculler of the Pacific Coast, write to a
friend in the city that he 1 ready and
willing to meet Kd Gloss, of the Portland
(lowing Club, but he intimates that
ime he hold the title it is not benefit
ting In him to be to anxious to arrange it
match. 1'upe Intimate that whenever
Glos makes direct challenge he will
enter negotiations for a match race.
"'Gloss was never ahead of me in any
match we rowed,' write ppe, 'and his
tatement that he wa leading me when
we rounded the turn in the Lewi and
Clark contest for the championship of
the Pacific Northwest is all bosh, a any
of his friend and the public generally
know. Coach Murphy, who trained Gloss,
even remained away from the race be
cause he did not want to aee htm de
feated, a he knew well enough he would
be. I simply played with Glos upon
that occasion, and if I ever get into an
other race with him I will make him look
like 13 cent or quit the buaine. Un
der the circumsUnce of having rowel
for the championship of- the Pacific
Northwest at the Lewi & Clark Fair
last year and since the contest was so
designated and open to all under those
conditions, I think it I the height of
impudence for a. person who wa never
any nearer to me in a race than the
start to be continually claiming the
"Pape doe not designate any condi
tions under which he will row the Port
land man. He has offered to meet Gloss
on the Oakland estuary in Deceuiber for
side bet, but Glos refuses to row
uuder any condition which might pre
judice hi amateur standing and further
claims that he will be unable to get into
condition in the winter time. He want
to meet the San Franciscan at the Antoria
regatta, but while Pape has never form
ally replied to this proposition, he in all
probability would claim that he could
not not get iuto condition so soon.
"It look very much as if both men
were beating around the bush consider
ably when the whole question could be
brought to a head if Gloss would but
make a direct challenge to Pape. and
secure either an acceptance or a refusal."
For the reason that Wise has Modern
Taste and what some clothiers call
fine, Wise wouldn't looK at.
HIGH ART SUITS
HENRY J. BROCK'S
UNION LABEL SUITS
THEY ARE BEST BY TEST
Wise is Sole Agent
in Astoria for the
Hat and Cashartt
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
Stat and County Papers. There are
23 ladies and gentlemen of Clatsop coun
ty now in session at the court house in
this city, as applicant for state and
county paper a teachers in the public
schools. Three of these are of the male
persuasion, and the balance are young
women; four are after state honors and
nineteen desire county preference. The
board of examiners i composed of
County School Superintendent Miss
F.mmn C. Warren, assisted by City Su
perintendent A. L. Clark and Mrs. C. A.
Gearhart. The results will not be
known before Saturday, when the list
and attainments of the young people will
be made known.
PRESIDENT VAN DUSEN PUTS THE
BEST MEN IN THE CITY AT
WORK ON LOCAL ENTERPRISES
LIST OF COMMITTEES.
DECK AND DOCK NEWS.
The steamer Alliance arrived in yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock, from Eu
reka, with a good list of people in her
cabins and plenty of stuff in her hold.
She Went directly on to the metropolis.
Toe steamship iJarracouta crossing
from San Francisco yesterday morning
at 10:30 and discharged quite a bunch
of local freight here, before leaving up
DONE BY DEED.
of the tug Sea King left down and out
for San Francisco yesterday afternoon.
Te steamer Sue H. Elmore was due in
this port from Tillamook last evening.
Good Signs Prevail. The fish were
fairly active and numerous yesterday
enough so to hold good on the calcula
tions built on Wednesday' run. The
fact that they are running in quantities
equal to that on which the run was pre
dicated several days ago, is comforting
to fisher and canneryman alike, and a
the seiners are doing very much better,
the signs are all for a continuance of the
steady influx. The weight registered
yesterday are said to have been quite as
good as Wednesday's, though the quali
ties were a shade under that day's yield.
Important Papers County Clerk Clin
ton yesterday issued the necessary li
cense providing for the marriage of Mr.
foiiis Itosenfeld and Mis Viola Scwart,
both of this county.
The Commercial Industrial wing of the J The "! Sant pul. tow
Irving Club is now fully organised and
prepared for any and everything that
may come its way in the line of local
At the meeting held last night the
following well-chosen standing commit
tee were named by President Brenham
Van Dusen and endorsed by the member
ship. And it will be no fault of the
club's if anything goes amis or fails
behind, after consignment to one or moro
of these capable groups:
Fisheries leorge H. George, S. S.
Gordon, A. L. Fox.
Boads F. L. Parker, R. C. F. Astbury,
E. Z. Ferguson.
Civic Progress II. Wise, Dr. II. T
Henderson, II. L. Knight.
River and Ilarbor S.
Callender, C. A. Coolidge.
Executive J. K. Griffin, John Nord
strom, A. Dunbar.
Commerce C. J. Trenchard, C. W.
Fulton, R. li. Dyer.
Transportation G. W. Sanborn, G. M.
Talbot. G. C. Fulton.
Public Law F. J. Taylor, John Mc-
Cue, W. E. Shimpff.
Industries F. Patton. Kelson Tryer,
II. F. Prael.
Caae Continued. The case of the State
of Oregon versus Frank Disjerio in Ju
tice Goodman's court for illegal fishing,
he not being a citizen of Oregon, Wash
ington or Idaho, was continued yester
day until 2 o'clock p. m. on Saturday.
This case is likely to establish a pre
cedent for another of the same status,
filed yesterday in the same court, when
a warrant was sworn out against Frank
Furia, for the same offense, he being
a fisher from the Sacramento river, ani
Elmore, Chas.Jnot Holding citizenship in any of the
three states named. The penalty for the
offense is a fine from $30 to $100.
Ten Days of Fun. About 30 of the
youngsters who are amenable to the
jurisdiction and discipline of Judge
Fraser's juvenile court, at Portland,
pawed through this city on the noon ex
press, yesterday, bound for Gearhart
Park, where they will enjoy life for the
next ten days. They are under proper
guards and will be kept well within
bounds at all times during the outing.
They are in charge of Probation Officer
S. D. White.
Bruno P. John, to E, J. Cowlishaw,
160 acre in sections 33 and 34 T.
Sam E. Harris and wife to T. H.
Curtis,' quit claim, lot 21 to 39,
both inclusive, in block 5. Town of
Flarel... ........ ........
Angus Gor and wife to Mr. Cath
erine Ingalls, warrantq, lot 4,
block 19, Warrenton Addition to
New Hammond Lodge. Wednesdav
evening a new Rebekah lodge wa form
ed at Hammond and given the name of
Sacajawea lodge No. 164. The institut
ing officer wa Mrs. Clementine Bulloch
Taylor, president of the Rebekah At
sembly of this state, and she was ably
assisted by Past President Ida Foster of
Hope Lodge No. 14, and Clara Hobson
D. D- president of Gateway No. 77. The
following were the officers elected ani
installed: Mamie Glanz, W. G.; Mr.
Annie Johnson. V. G.; Mrs. Nellie
OTJonnel, secretary; Mrs. Nellie Mc-
Nealy, treasurer. There were a large
number of Astoria lodge members present.
A. A. SAARI.
Photographer, first-class work, satis
faction guaranteed, at Fourteenth St.,
opposite Foard & Stokes.
Patrol Wagon. It is said that the
plans of the new fire engine house will
include room for the accommodation of
a police patrol wagon, which is greatly
needed by the Astoria police force on
account of the increased number of ar
rests made necessary since the "open
Would-be Citizen. A native of Swe
den, by the name of John N. Lundino,
yesterday filed his declaration of inten
tion to eventually become a citizen of
the United States, with County Clerk
Clinton, in due and legal form.
Morning Astorian, 60 cents per month.
$1.50 DOILIES 9'8 CENTS
JUST ARRIVED PRETTY HAND EMBROIDERED PIECES, xo
INCHES IN DIAMETER, WORKED WITH BRAIDED AND
ARMSTRONG'S SILK. REGULAR VALUE, i.5o
NEW FALL DRESS FABRICS
THE CORRECT DRESS FOR FALL WEAR, PLAIDS WILL
PLAY A MOST IMPORTANT PART THIS FALL, AND THE
MILLS HAVE MADE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLAIDS TO
MEET THIS DECREE OF FASHION QUIET, DISTINCTIVE,
RICH PLAIDS SUCH AS YOU NEVER SAW BEFORE. IN
DRESS GOODS, OMBRA PLAIDS IN SOFT GRADATIONS
AND NEW COLORINGS ARE THE THING. THEY ARE NOW
ON DISPLAY AT SIMINGTON DRY GOODS COMPANY YOU
ARE INVITED TO COME AND SEE THEM.
IN THE LACE OURTAINDEPT.
WE ARE SELLING OUR LACE CURTAINS AT A RIDICU
LOUSLY LOW PRICE. CURTAINS VALUED AT 50 CENTS ARE
NOW GOING AT 39 CENTS.
JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF FULL COLORS
IN FALL BRAIDS VERY PRETTY.
Simmgton Dry GoodsGo.