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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1906)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER i, igofl.
THE MORNING ASTOItlAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
ONE PIANO NUMBER WITH EVERY $5.00 PURCHASE
Bartlett Pears for Cann ng
TODAY $1.25 THE BOX
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS TOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT.
WILLIAM HAGGBLOM, EIGHT YEAR
OLD SON OF JOHN HAGGBLOM,
DROWNED OFF ROSS, HIGGINS &
CO.'S DOCK-BODV RECOVERED.
Ill IlltS Of I 111
Orkwlti Milt tkit.
New souvenir poitalt it Sventon't.
Orkwlti Rtptlra Bicycles on thort
111 II. Scully, Notary Public, at
Scully' Cigar Store. Any old hour I
In Citam mad from full m, iSc
pt pint. 8clal prlc fur lodges and
churcbn, at Tagg't confectionary. 7-10-lf
The very btit board to be obtained la
the city U tt Th Occident Hottl."
Rttet very reasonable.
Bow Do I look. To really im your
e'f at other you, got on of thoe
iw style mirror ttt Hart's D;ug Store j
nil price. A new supply just r-e"lvd.
Bottl Irving, cornr Fttnklla tvtnue
and Eleventh atreet. European plan;
best rooma and board In the dty at ret
tonabl price, tf
Getting in Lin Simon A. Jonrfnon,
a native ot Norway yelerdiiy .lllitl hi
ilniUrnlum of Intention ill Hip matter
of hi American cltlenhlp, with tht
Licensed to Wtd 'utility Oik Clin
ton vlril v iMiird a marriage license
I- t . II... t- I I U.-- If., t
ID ihtui ui I ihi- i'UK'' H nil .ilinn iv
ke Klllngocn, both of Astoria.
Marin Dttt There w but little do
ing In tiiiiriii matter yeterdny out
xlilv of Hegattn ft"tlvtie. The Itoan
nk came down from I'ortlniul n n.l
went to and followed ipihkly
by thu Kllliurn, wbiih ttopprd j"t
lung viiuugli to tukc on b"uil Mem.
V, 1'iiiiinona mid Hamurl who go to
llaudun to took "Hit their cannery In
terest, Tin bur piliit ')iiiiiitr Hun
Joim -inp in yesterday mum for up-plii-
and tmd all her flan Hying in
honor of tin' llegatta. Tb ituliun ship
Kraino will over the bar for Onon,
Italy with lii-r Immense and valuable
eaiyu. The l'nilitn runic down IuhI
night In plue of I In' Lurline, iind !"?t
up on lime with l Carner, ('. H. lUnk
hVId, K. II. How.-., . ;nr, Mr. A.
.1. Ili'lkiuip and A. Ouri'y on ln'r regiter.
The oil tunk ti'iiiiMr Whittirr was the
only deep "ea nrrlwtl reported yentrr-day.
N. A. Acknrnian, Ail llond St. dor all
manner of tasldermy, furniture uphol
stering, carpet cleaning and laying, mat
treaa making a p'vlally and all work
Year'g Furlough .1. .1, Kelllher, of
t hi' Ninth lli'iid went her ulaliim, nun
Im'.'h (.ninl.-il a iar' furlough by the
government, dating fumt S.pi Umber
0. 1 hiring hi iiliwiin- the pmitioii will
l- lllliil by II. A, .lonin. a murine re
porter, uho lou bi-'li tiitiolii'd at llir
I'tiiiilloiii-n Inliinilo. North Head I re
irntdi'i ii one of the niot impoitant
nttitiiiim on the Coii't. Among the oth
er dlltii'n of the olrerver he i leilliivi
to make II repoil nf nil of the vennela
npproiii-hing the mouth of the Columbia
lliver. In the event that they get in
clout' to "hore he liolillea the Im-al
neather oltiie nud the tug men at At
toiiu. Through hi etT'iit a lrj;e num
ber of rraft are prevented eaih aeaaon
front ilriting to iU'tiution.
A trngeily that threw a deep ahada of
moliii'ii. over the itlety that had hith
erto ninikM the two day of the Re
gatta, and one that brought heavy or
row to many, oceurred hortly after 8
o'eliK'k bit night, when William, th
elglh year old ton of Mr .and Mr.
dohn llaggbloin, won drowned In the
I river off llo. IllgKln 4 Company'
d'k. The Imdy waa recovered alnnit
t o''lik In the evening by the father
with the aid of grappling hookn, after
the parent had made frantic aeardi for
two hour over the entire city for aoine
trine of their child.
The remain were at once conveyed
to the family reniilenee at .101 Ninth
When ei'n la.t nlsiht, Mr, Hag'.'bloin
aid that the child had left the bonne
about 0 o'clock with hi. fathep" over
coat and ome wrapa belonging to hi
mother, with the Intention of putting
them alioard the launch lxuie, for ue
dining the marine parade later in the
evening. It i auppo.d that the bfiy.
utter he had thrown the clothing on
board the launch, tried to jump from
the lii to the ick, and in o doing
fell into the water and wa drowned.
There wn no one in the vicinity at
the time, and hi eric if made, were not
heard, Arrangement for the funeral
will le made nine time today arid the
Interment will likely be tomorrow. Mr.
Iliiughloni i. one of the proprietor of
the launch l.ottiw.
She I. the pink of prettinei, Girl.
be careful of your complexion. None ,
ahould believe in "make up." Tke Hoi
litter' Jlocky Mountain Teaj "aavet(
making up." Tea or Tablet, 3S cent
Frank Iltrt. '"X'fBllj
For Life Saving Secretary C. T.
(oby of the local ciil aervlee com
mlnloii. annoiinci'K an evamiuatiou '"r
the ponition of aiirfmun, in the fill,
10th and I'lth life xavlng ditrict to be
held at the eutoin holme here on the
ll'th flay of Neptemlicr. Here i a line
opportunity for koiiio young, athletic
man, lliherman or aenninn, who want
a life position in n high calling.
I, pay no taxen I pay no rent,
(ften hinted without n centi
Hut ft king among men from diene
rilnce taking Hoeky Mountain Tea.
Building Threatened Word wa re
ceived In thii city lat night from
Clifton that a llcrce forext tire wa
raging at that point and rapidly
weeping down toward the large can
nery of the t'oliimbia Itivcr l'licker'
nociation, endangering thix building,
together with a number of adjacent
Mriicture. A large force of men were
employed in lighting the llamen, but
were aide to make little progrei
iigaiiitt tthein, bci-auae of the extreme
ly dry condition of the tree and un
dergrowth. The property nt hint ac
count wan "till mihurncil, but in great
danger of catching lire nt any time.
Why don't you have your work done
by ua and we do house lining, wall
papering, house and sign painting, We
use and recommend the Heath & Milll
gan prepared paints. For over two score
years it has been recognized as the
tUndard paint of America. Come and
let .us figure with you. The Eastern
Painting & Decorating Co., 365 Com
mercial street. tf.
Notable Convention )jit night there
nioiembled at the Hotel (icnrluirt, at
(lea chart Turk, a notable eonventiim
of liK) Indie, devoted to the cnue of
humanity and religion, under the aegi
of the National Young Women' Chris
tian AiHociation, Mr. W. .), Honey
man, president of the city board and
chairman of the State board Y. W. C.
A and Mr. ,1. S. tJrillith 0 the na
tional board, were both pre-ent and
lending in the work of the HHeinbly.
and other ditinguihrd mid forceful
member were in eviileiicee. The Ator
inn will be favored with n daily re
port of the proceeding, which will be
thoroughly appreciated by It reader.
Business and Pleasure Onrge S.
ltirge, manager of the Lumber Manu
facturers' agency nt Ceutralin, was in
the city yesterday, the guest of Mi-aara.
Foard nnd Stoke. Mr. ltirge combined
a bit of business with the Tongue Point
Lumbering company and the pleasures
of tho Hcgntta. lie left for Centrnlin
THESE REGATTA DAYS
There is no Time for Cooking
That require no preparation
can be abundantly supplied
The Reason Why Ye-terdny Astoria
numbered among her ilitlnguished
guest. .1. ,1. f!iiheen, attorney-general of
the State of Idaho, who ha lieen sum
mering at Seaside, and who came up
yesterday with tt party of friend to
enjoy the Itegattn program. A re
porter of the Astoriun took occasion
to ak Mr. Ouheen the reaon for the
long delay in the matter of the trial
of Heywood, Moyer and Pettlbone, the
alleged murderer of Governor Steunen-lK-rg.
lie responded promptly and ful
ly, by saying that the State of Idaho
wn ready and anxlou to dispose of
the case, and that the delay wa due
solely t,, (he processes invoked by the
attorney for the defense; that tiiey
had prosecuted their habea corpu plea
in both the State court nnd in the
I'nitcd State circuit court; had been
defeated ill both, and had appealed to
the Federal Supreme court, which was
to pas upon the appeal, according to
its calendar, on Vt. 1, next; nnd until
this vital appeal j detrmined the state
cannot proceed with the trial. Mr.
(iiihecn was entirely non committal a
to the criminal status of the three men,
his position as proecutor in chief mak
ing him guarded in this relation. He
is delighted with Astoria and the const
country nnd enjoying himself thoroughly.
Big Event-Tonight the dance over
the Lurline disk, which has been in
progress since the opening of the regatta
and has proved o popular with every
one, will be in charge of the Owls, The
Ibmr accommodations have been en
larged for the occasion, nnd this last
night is sure to be the best yet. Come
and being your wife, sister or sweet
heart, and have the best time of the
Kegattn. Admission only fifty cents.
Labor Day, Monday The potofic.e
will observe the holiday hours on Mon
day, it being Labor Ihiy, and the gou
ern! delivery window will he open only
from 12::10 to liW o'clock p. m. To
day the public service is enhanced here
by the putting on of two new carriers;
nnd the horse delivery is withdrawn
permanently. The new curriers will
lenrn their route as fast ns possible
nnd In B few days the nniplillcd serv
ice will be running smoothly for nil
Died at Washington fieorge W. Lnr
ner of Ibis city, yesterday received the
announcement of the recent death at the
national capital of bis brother, Robert
M. Larnei", who was ono of the famous
newspaper men of the country nnd last
attached to tho staff of tho Washing
ton Star. The deceased gentleman wns
a. veteran and a master of his profes
sion, nnd nsido from nil technical at
tributes, was held in high esteem far nnd
wide, ns a man of lovnblo nnd irreproach
able character. Many friend in As
toria will sympathize with Mr. Lnrner
in tho untoward loss that has over
Morning Astorinn, CO cents per month.
CLOTHES BOUGHT AT
Whenever You Say So 5
Not Only Once or Twice ,
Eight Salesmen, Two Tailors, Besides Prompt and
Gentlemanly Attention to All
Astoria's Reliable Clothier
DONE BY DEED.
Kruse Catering Co. to Mary E.
Sapulding, lots 1 and 2, block 4,
Gearhart Parle $550
C. A. 1-ewls t0 Elimlieth W. Wilcox,
lot 2.1, block 10, Grime't Grove.. 215
State of Oregon to Anton Kujis, 73-
100 of an acre In Clatsop Co 11
Walter Wellman denies he has aban
doned his intention of finding the
North Pole by balloon. He apparently
think his critics are trying to get him
up in the air.
ARE YOU A BOM VIVANT?
The pith of life, after all, is a good
feed. The good things of this life are
not as a rule easily found, to that it i
a pleasure to find so close at band a
first-class up-to-date establishnieent,
whre one gets those good things at
every meal, like the Palace Restaurant,
on Commercial street. The home of the
bon vivant. tf
It is evident a large percentage of our
school children and mayors are fre
iiuently ou part time.
We sell the Northwestern Storage
Battery, the very best on the market
for automobiles, gasoline launches, etc.
Wo have the finest nnd most complete
charging plant for storage batteries.
Recharging nnd repairing done. Expert
wnrmnnship. R, R. Carruthert, electri
cal supplies, 512 Dunne street. t.f.
Bon Ton Millinery
NEW FAD HATS
Stylish, Up-To-Date Snappy Hats. Hats of all
Descriptions and all Prices
The Cowboy Hat $2.00
Nobby Street Hats for the Regatta
MRS- GEORGIE PENNINGTON
483 Bond Street
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP.
Excursion rate for Labor Day cele
bration, nt Portland, Ore., September
3. The A. & C, R. R. will sell special
round trip excursion tickets from As
toria to Portland and return on Septem
ber 2nd and 3rd, at rate of $2.70, tickets
good to return up to and including
September 4th. 8-25-6t.
SINGER SEWINO MACHINE CO.
has moved to 172 Tenth street, with it
complete line of new machines. We also
have a few slightly damaged machines at
a bargain, phone Black 2284. tf.
BEAUTY RULES OP THE BEAUTIES.
Breakfast early, a little walk, a little
talk, luncheon, an hour't rest, and nt
night Hollister'i Rocky Mountain Tea.
Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Frank Hart.
The person returning the largest num
ber fo Jose Vila cigar bands to the
undersigned by October 15th will receive
a box of 25o. Jose Vilas free to the
next largest one box 12Jc. Jose Vilas.
Save the bands. Victor Miller, corner
Ninth and Bond streets. t-w-f.
TO SHOP IN AUGUST
The time was when August was a less busy month.
But nowadays with our decisive clearness of all sum
mer merchandise and the continuous effort to keep
every stock clean and fresh, August has become one
of the busiest months. "As neat as a pin" means as
much to the progressive and careful merchant as it
does to the good housewife. The price reductions are
the brooms, so to speak, which this store is now using
to clear away all summer merchandise. Surely, Aug
ust is a month of great savings.
New Fall Shoes for Men and Boys
Everybody buya new shoes In the Fall. What about yours? We carry
three makes of shoes that we cannot recommend too highly. They are
the SMITH -WALLACE, BROWN SHOE AND HAMILTON-BROWN.
These shoes are built for comfort, looks and honest wear. They contain
$S.oo quality and the prices are from $2.00 to $4.00
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES, same makes, from $1.35 to $3.75.
A choice that does not compel you to confine your selection to one or
two makes, but the latitude of which is very broad, comprehending scores
of the season's most desirable patterns. Your favorite color and pattern,
in the newest styles is here at a saving of from 75c to $1.25.
90 Cents to $3.75
MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR.
Now is the time to prepare for winter. Men's Cotton Fleeced Underwear
per suit. $1.00
MEN'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR, per suit, $4.00.
All kinds of Winter Supplies at Bed Rock Prices.