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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1906)
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And Besides it Is the Dressiest Coat to be Found In Fact An Ideal Coat for This Coast
We Have the Largest and Host Complete Line Ever Shown in the City
PRICES $13.50 TO $30.00
clo,hcWMMd P. A. STOKES
Public Confidence In Our
Hasulo Doin ill Kinds of Busi-
no$ on River.
FRENCH SHIP LAENEE DUE
Northland team Down and Out for
San Frsncisco W. F. Cannes En
Route to Bay City Undine
, Here on Special Trip.
The steamer Hassalo, like everything
elte on the river, It driven day and
night to accomplish her engagements
lor freight moving, and the did not
get away for the metropolis yesterday
until very nearly noon. Parser Harry
Blancbard will leave her on her arrival
t Portland and begin his two weeks'
lay off. He bat earned it , all right,
long with all the rest of the river men
The steamship Baraeouta will be down
from Portland on Friday morning next,
en route to San Francisco, and hat a
big billet of freight awaiting her on
the 0. R. 4 X. pier here.
KILLS HIS ABUSER.
BENEFIT OF PAROLE
Louis Bixby Gets i Suspended
Sentence in Court.
WIFE AND MOTHER AID HIM
The French thip Laennee should be
down from Portland, en route to Eu
rope, having left the metropolis yes
The schooner W. F. Garmes is due
down from Portland, on her way to
San Pedro. She is lumber laden, of
The steamer Xorthland arrived down
from Portland yesterday morning on
her way to San Francisco, and got over
the bar on the afternoon tide.
The steamer Tiverton arrived in from
from Ban Francisco yesterday and went
directly to the piers of the Tongue
Point milla, for another of her big load's
of lumber, for the Bay City.
The steamer Sue H. Elmore left out
yesterday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock,
headed for Umatilla.
The steamer Undine came down yes
terday morning on an extra run to
the Young's River country, returning
to the city last evening, and picked up
the Lurline's regular business for Port
land, leaving u pabout 9 o'clock.
Cripple Assaulted by Enemy Draws Pis
tol and Fires.
VALLEJO, Sept. 1& One of the most
sensational murders ever committed in
this city was that of lal evening when
Antone Aetley was shot three times
and kilted by Bastlo Moro. The shoot
ing took place on Georgia street at 7
p. in., when the leading thoroughfare
of the city was crowded with people.
and was exciting to a dejrre.
Astley, who is a native of Greece, but
who is married and has lived in this
city for twenty years, knocked down
and trampled upon Morb because the
latter had had a son of the murdered
man arretted for burglary.
A short time ago Moro suffered a
broken leg and I- still crippled from
the accident. After Astley had kicked
nim several time, sioro arose to nis ne piling of two devoted kins
,. . .. , . . . , . women n ue circuit courx yesieruav
hts inside pocket, fired four shots at
bis assailant. Three of the bullets mornin bJ on",'inff to do ia the
took effect, while the other flew wide off placing of Louis Bixby in the list of
its mark and scattered the crowd. parole prisoners of the State of Oregon.
Officer Fmer was nearby and he hur- je WB, Mon Jtulj), M(.Bride, of the
ried to the scene and arrested Moro, ., . . ,
. . . , . . . . upper court, on a charge of larceny of
t-CSaV) Jl V lit PIUVRvlll If CajeVQ It Ullt til
WILL ABANDON PLANT.
Bench Warrant Issued for Defaulting
Defendant Several Caset Set for
Hearing Court Adjourna Until
Friday Morning jffxt
hand. Astley died half an hour later.
Moro is now in the city prison, but
it is not believed that he will ever be
brought to triaL
RU5 AWAY FROM HOME.
CENTRALIA. Wash., Sept. 18.-
Tommy McDaniels and Lawrence Wall,
two small youngsters, ran away from of it,
a gold watch and tM in cash from
his chum and room-mate, Barnard John
son, the act being committed some
weeks ago in this city. On his appear
ance in court yesterday be entered a
plea of guilty, admitting that he stole
Corn Products Refining Company Will
Close Old Plant nd Build Niw.
NEW YORK. Sept, ia-The Times
publishes the statement that the Com
Products Refining company has taken
steps to meet the heavy competition
in the West The concern bai decided
to abandon the existing Taylor street
plant in Chirago anil one In Peoria,
which It has been demonstrated cannot
be operated economically In the light
of new competition. In fact the only
plant in the section which will be con
tinued Is the oe at Waukegan, which
has been brought up to late. To re
place the plans abandoned, plans have
been prepared for a large elallihment j
at South Chicago, which will cover 50
acres of ground and have a dully capa
city of 50,000 bushel of com. With
the Waukegan plant this wilt amount
to more than one-half the company's
present eruhing capacity. The new
plant will be ready iu about two year.
One of the officers of the company
said that in addition to the new works
works in South Chicago, the company
intends to build a new plant either at
Peoria, lit., or Pekin, Five million Hoi
tara has been estimated as the cot
of the South Chicago plant alntie.
PHONE, MAIN Mi.
St3 COMMERCIAL STRUT.
ECONOMY FRUIT JARS
THE MOST ECONOMICAL AND CHEAPEST JAR IN THE WORLD
AS IT WILL PAT FOR ITSELF IN THE FRUIT IT WILL SAVE.
MADE IN PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF-GALLONS. Of 8TR0N0
CLEAR, WHITE FLINT GLASS WITH THREE-IN. WIDE MOUTH
OF SMOOTH SURFACE, PERMITTING THE PRESERVINO OF
FRUIT WHOLE OR IN LAYERS.
Fresh Fruits of All Hinds
FANCY ITALIAN PRUHES..
PER BOX t.oo
..PER BOX.. .50
FOR PALACE HOTEL.
SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. 18.-Con-
tract for all the structural steel r.
k. .-.: i- .I.- , : . t ! :
v. u . v. rr.J,,U8 fwd f(jr th ww JUU n thi.
it because he was de-perately in need
Centralis on Sunday and anxious par
ents are now looking for them. The
boys are thought to be headed for Port
land. The Wall boy has been saving
money for several months and before
leaving home tool! a diamond shirt
stud belonging to an older brother. The
McDaniels boy "soaked" his father's
watch for $2, borrowed more money and
had his week's wages. The boyt are
about 14 years old. The Wall boy is a
very polite, red-headed little fellow and
makes friends easily. McDaniels has!
been a chore boy and shiner around
the Commercial barber shop, and is also
a pleasant little chap.
HEAT WAS TERRIBLE.
VICTORIA. C., Sept. 18. Tapanese
paper report distressing experiences of
the sixth regiment of the third division
on route march from Nagoya to Chiru.
In all 800 soldiers were incapacitated
by heat, of whom 200 were sent to hos
pitals suffering from sunstroke.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Alaska, Wrangell Strait, page 92,
Danger Point Buoy, 8, a red first-class
spar, reported adrift 27th August. Will
be replaced as soon as practicable.
Ilig wife and mother and young son
and daughter were all present and as
1 soon as he had entered his plea, both
women, who hold such close union and
dependence with the unhappy man.
begged the court to show him all the
mercy possible under the law and their
entreaties were augmented by the kind
ly interposition of District Attorney
Judge Mr-Bride heard all that could
be offered in the premise, and then quiet
ly sentenced Bixby to two years in
the penitentiary, and immediately put
the parole feature of the statute in
force in the case, and directed the sher
iff to enforce the sentence at any time
be found the defendant drinking, ca
rousing, frequenting saloons or in any
manner conducting himself in an un
seemly fashion, ordered Bixby to report
to him in open court once a year, and
then turned him over to his overjoyed
city have been awarded with the as
surance that the material will be de
livered within four months after the
specifications have lteen placed in the
hands of the Eastern manufacture. The
expedition in the delivery of this ma
terial will, it Is believed, permit of the
building being finished within two
NEGRO SHOOTS WAITRESS.
BKATTI.K. Sept. IH.-A special to
the Poet-Intelligencer from Startup,
Snohomish county, tells of a murder
and suicide In which Kit'le Merton,
waitress, was shot and killed by Jack
Applcton, a colored man, who had been
working as a barber at Snohomish.
Appleton had been paying attention
to the waitress for some time, but she
rcjMed his suit. He paid all bills at
Snohomish and came to Startup. He
met the woman In the street and fired
at her point blank. She fell dead. The
negro then shot himself.
But Cured by Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Ramsey,
"When my boy two year old he
had a very sever attack of bowel com
plaint, but by the um of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
we brought him out all right." says
Maggie Hlckox of MMland, Mich, This
remedy can be depended upon in the
most sever eases, Even cholera Infan
turn Is cured by It. Follow tht plain
printed directions and cur la certain.
For aat by Frank Hart and Leading
Morning Astorlan, 00 cents per month.
Delivered by carrier.
MILL PLANT BURNS.
URIAH, Cat Sept. 18.-Word has
lieen received that the Gualala Mill
plant is in ashes. The mill, cookhouse,
machine shop, roundhouse, and one lo
comotive were lost. The origin of the
fire is unknown.
The loss will approximate $200,000.
The property had only recently been
sold to the E. K. Wood Lumber Com
pany of Puget Sound.
WANT PASTOR RETURNED.
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The Beet 25 Cent Goffee in Astoria
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CKXTHALIA, Wash., Sept. 18.-.U
the last quarterly conference of the
Centralis Methodist Episcopal church
stronir resolutions were adrmted asking
iue court men proceeueu wun me, that Rev. F. S. Pearson, the i.rcsent
docket as it confronted him and the pastor in Centralis, be returned to Cen-
several matters therein were called up
by the attorneys interested and the
following orders entered of record in
the cases called, to-wit;
Margaret Johnson, et al. versus John
Haagblom et al., decree granted as
Nellie E. Parker, guardian, versus
Elen Parker; decree granted as per
Etts Gee versus Syrencua Gee; decree
granted as prayed for.
Frederick L. Kruse versus John H.
Malar et al; judgment by confession
Emile II. S. Mulder versus Gertrude
L. C. Mulder; decree granted as prayed
James Zambarlin versus Frank Mar
ian! et al; demurrer argued.
Fred Reans versus Arthur E. Peter
son; motion to amend complaint over
ruled and defendant allowed until Mon
day, Oct. 1, 1906, to answer.
State of Oregon versus Victor Block
(oharged with stealing tt gillnct from
Andrew Simonson); defendant arraigned
and granted until Friday, Sept. 21, to
plead. A tench warrant was issued by the
court for the co-defendant, Larson, who
was out on bail and (ailed to appear in
court at the calling of the cane.
The matter of If. L. Henderson ver
sus E, F. Libke. was set for hearing
on the 5th of October:.
The State of Oregon versus Gil-
bertson, set for hearing on Tuesday,
Oct. 2, moo.
At this point the court made an or
der of adjournment until the hour of
9 o'clock a. m. on Friday, Sept. 28, 1906.
tralia for another year. Under Hev.
Mr. Pearson's direction, the past quar
ter has been the largest In the history
of the church.
CHICAGO, Sept, 18. Wilbur Volivu
was today chosen by the people of Ziou
City as leader by the overwhelming
majority of 1,911 to 0 over A. N. Hills.
The election was under onler of the
United States district court. The re
sult practically makes Dowie an out
east. Dowie refused to recognize the
court's right to have a leader elected,
and did not present himself as a candidate.
NEW SUSANVILLE POSTMASTER.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18. Tames
Stevenson has been appointed post
master at Susonvllle, Or., vice James
Plumb cheeks, flushed with the soft
glow of health and apure complexion,
make all women beautiful, Take a (mall
dose of Herbine after each meal; it
will prevent constipation and help di
gest what you have eaten. Mrs, Wm.
M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex., writes, on
May 31. 1901:
"We have used Herbine in our fam
ily for eight years and found It the
best medicine we ever used for con
stipation, bilious fever and malaria."
Hart's Drug Store, aep
4$ Ghc iLr
At &f)e Bee Hive
BEGINNING TODAY ARE THE STARTING OF ECONOMY
DAYS. WE ARE WELL SUPPLIED WITH NEW FALL GOODS
AND YOU WILL FIND UNPARALLELED VALUES THROUGHOUT
THE STORE. EVERYBODY CONCEDES AND ACKNOWLEDGES
US ASTORIA'S FAVORITE STORE. OUR SIMPLIFIED METHODS
OF SERVICE MEAN THE GREATEST SATISFACTION TO OUR
THOUSANDS OF PATRONS. THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE BUSI
NESS CAREER THE BEE HIVE HAS ADHERED STEADFASTLY
TO THE PURPOSE OF BETTERMENT IN EVERY BRAND, FA
CILITY OF STORE SERVICE IS ABLY SECONDED BY THE BEST
AND PROMPTEST DELIVERY SYSTEM.
&e Bee Hive Prices
THEY ARE THE MIGHTY MAGNETS THAT NO ONE CAN RE
SIST.. NO ONE WITH AN ATOM OF ECONOMY WOULD TRY TO
RESIST THEM. THE BEE HIVE ALWAYS IS CONVINCINGLY
ELOQUENT OF REAL SAVINGS.
Yesterday we received by ex
press a special shipment of 50
skirts for Fall and Winter wear.
The latest Novelties in plaids,
Blues, Blacks and Gray Effects;
we guarantee perfect fitting in ev
ery respect. All the new and at
tractive styles. On sale at this
ridiculous low n IE
price ,. W&t 17
New goods for school dresses
in all the new and latest plaids I
double fold. A large assortment
to select from, per yard, so cents.
...wool Trecots In all the new
colors, guaranteed to
all wool, per yard....
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for quilts; children's dresses and
dressing Sacques, largest assort
ment in Astoria and bed-rock
The choice new dress goods and
silks for autumn are seen at their
best now at the Bee Hive.. All
fabrics that are new and desir
able find a place in our most ex
cellent ock and you are welcome
to look them over at any time,
46 to 54-inch suitings; new ar
rivals; all the latest 1 In shades
of Grays, plain, mixed, checked,
shadow plaids and stripes.
Pure Silk Taffeta A Silk war
ranted not to break, per yard,
69c. Plaid Silks in all the very
latest color combinations, QQr
something new OC
Immense assortment rf furs,
all new styles for the season,
ranging in prices from the cheap
hare fur at $1.35, to the
elegant fur at