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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1906)
THURSDAY, 0CT0BE2 il, 1900,
THE MORNING ASTOMAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
BAR, BAY AND RIVER
Than the others is our j
line of clothes for men. l
"For Sale" Advcrtisermnt Brings
Fleet Collecting Oft the Columbia
MARRIAGE PROPOSALS IN BULK
CASCADES AND FIVERT0N IN
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Person! Document Fails to Evidence
Claims to Modesty and Intelligence
Claimed in Summary of
CHICAGO, Oct. 17.-EliMbth Magie,
the young Chicago stenographer who
decided that typewriting at $10 a week
was "helL as she expressed it, and
offered to sell kerself at auction to the
highest bidder, it not washing her own
shirts this week. According to a per
sonal letter, not intended for publica
tion, which ahe sent to her mother in
Washington, she ha received aa ocean
of "bids" to her "For Sale" advertise
ment, which did not get into the adver
tising columns of the Chicago
because of the alertness of a "front
counter boy," which resulted in her get
ting all the space she wanted and start'
ing oa the front page of the newspa
per instead of in the want ads on the
18th page. One bid is from a n illion
aire. The letter to her mother fol
"Dear Folks at Home
There' something doing. I am in it
Things, are coming my way. By one
fell-swoop I hate arrived. I can have
anything I want, from foreign titles
to $100,000 in cash; place as servant ;
dime museum freak, or star. I hare
marriage proposals by the bushel from
men who have discovered in me their
affinity; publishers want me to write
books; newspapers- wsnt my service ;
everybody wants my picture. I have
been interviewed by dozens. I have
laughed over some letters and cried
over others. An auctioneer sent me his
card. Wasn't that a joke? But I
bave cried over letters Jrom poor girls
who are having the same bell time to
lire aa I had.
Alliance Down En Route to Coot Bay
San Buenaventura Clean for San ,
Francisco Melville Dollar Sold
The following Teasels were reported
outside the Columbia bar yesterday at
4 p. m.: The British ship Glenalvon,
from Antwerp; a four-masted schoon
er, (thought to be the Churchill); the
German steamer Eva, from Mororaa to
load lumber at Portland, for the West
Onutt; the sea tug Samson (returned
from Gray's Harbor, where she towed
a four-masted schooner), and a large
steamship, presumably the Xicomedia.
I The British ship Strathtillan, from
I San Francisco, under previous orders
papers 1 Portland for grain, for European de
livery, received diverting orders off the
heads at San Francisco, and went on
to Seattle, where she will load out
ward. -This, on account of the grain
handlers strike at the Oregon metrop
olia. She arrived at Seattle Mondav
The steamer Alliance came down
from Portland yesterday forenoon and
took on about "5 tons of freight here,
most of it from the Can dock and went
to the lower harbor for an early shoot
to ea and Coos Bay.
The Aragonia is still in port and like
ly to be here when her sister ship,
the Nicomedia, from China, comes in.
It is said the latter vessel was sighted
off the heads yesterday.
The steamer Cascade was the only
vessel that took the chance of crowing
in over the Columbia river bar yester
day. She went directly on to Port
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IV copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffhcr fcf.Manc
than the others has been our motto
and it has landed us In our present
enviable position-that of FIRST
in our line,
The all wool security that we
offer our customers is made pos
sible by the fact that we sell
Hart, Schaffner &Marx
clothing The most perfectly tail
ored and cleverly designed clothes in
Clothe Boufht Hers Pressed Fit Any Tims You Wish sod ta often
as Yob wish.
um aon't worry about me, ciearies. learner Lurline touched at her
I am the same old girl-out for honor, dock j, titj yMterday morning at
trnm and a square deal au arouno. ru 3:30 0.clock end cot away at 5. This
tand by my document, but I won't . amounts for the fact that she did not
vouch for interviews. Yellow journals' how up here yesterday evening.
are ine aamnaest liars ia ue worta.
Just see how much lingerie they made
ont of nothing but a ten cent gauze
undershirt. I have received some ex
cellent expressions of commendation
and appreciation from those who read
ily understand. Upton Sinclair, author
of the 'Jungle,' says that my letter is
wonderful, and that I bave the mak
ing of a revolutionist
"I am not washing my shirts this
week, I bavn't time."
Morning Astoriaa 60 cents per month,
delivered by carrier.
The steam shin Melville Dollar has
been sold and her place in this trade
will be supplied by the steamer John
C. Howard, a thousand-ton lumber car
The barkantine Paramit went up to
Portland on the hawsers of the M. j.
Henderson yesterday morning.
The steamer Oklahoma fastened on
to the French bark La Perouse yester
day and took her up to the metropolis.
The steamer . Tiverton has arrived
Simington Dry Goods Co.
VALUE QUALITY COURTESY
LADIES' SMART FALL COATS
at prices that ought
to satisfy anybody.
Just arrived by express yesterday
direct from our New York buyer
' a lot of 50 Coats in the latest
Beantiful Long Coats in the
swell black embroidered chiff
on and broadcloths, tailored in
the latest styles, elegantly
trimmed with embroidery and
braid in front and backs, cuffs
and collars trimmed to match
and fancy buttons, a smart,
dressy coat. Prices range
from - $1250 to $25. CO
Our benefit sale offers you a splendid opportunity
of supplying your coat want at a very low cost. We
have a beautiful line of fashionable Fall Coats
ranging in price from $6.00 to $30 00. If you need
a coat, want a beautiful, smart garment, you can't
afford to let this opportunity pass it means a great
from San Francisco, and ba berthed
at the Tongue Point mills, where she
will load lumber for the Bay City.
The schooner San Buenaventura ar
rived down from Rainier yesterday and
cleared at this port for San Francimso,
with 200.000 feet of lumber.
The oil-tanker Asuncion is still dot
ting around on the outalde and will
cross in whenever ahe thinks the bar
The average young woman of today Is
buy. Beauty is only another name for
health, and it comes to 99 out of every
inn who tak Ho!!iter'! Rocky Moun
tain Tea. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.
For sale by Frank Hart.
On a Grateful Quest The teamer Al
liance, departing hence yesterday, for
Coos Bay, bore on her passenger list
the names of Mr. Dr. Owens-Adalr and
her sister, Mrs. L. A. Pike. Those la
lies are bound tfor Empire City, whith
er they go to vioit their aed mother,
Mrs. Thomas Owens, an Oregon pioneer
of that fat-thinning group that broke
this interminable wilderness in '43, and
now hale and reverend at four score and
Some say that city girls are poor, ig
norant thingi. Some of them cannot
tell a horse- from a cow, but they do
know that Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea is one of the greatest beautiflera
known. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. For
tale by Frank Hart.
results from chronic eonntipation, which
1 quickly cured by Dr. King1 New Life
Pills. They remove all poisonous germs
from the system and infuse new life
and vigor; cures sour stomach, nausia,
headache, dizziness and colic, without
gripping or discomfort. 25e. Guaran
teed by Chas. Rogers' drug store.
ANOTHER NEGRO OUTRAGE.,
ATLANTA, Oa., Oct. 17.-A special
to the Journal from Greenville, S. C,
An a result of race troubles, Seneca,
S. C, is in ashps. The work is al
lege dto be that of incendiary nepToes,
seeking revenge for the dynamiting of
the negro college here last Friday iii!,'ht.
The fire started early today and burned
rapidly, consuming the entire biminnns
section of the town, which has a pop
ulation of about 2,000.
Sick Headache Cured.
Sick headache is caused by derange
ment of the stomach and by indlgeHtion.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets correct these disorders and effect
a cure. By taking these tablets as
soon as the first indication of the dis
ease appears, the attack may be
warded off. For sale by Frank Hart
and leading" druggists.
DONE BY DEED
Edna W. Wiley to Chris Petersen
warranty 3 acre in Section 33.
' T. 8 X. R. 9 W $ 175
Chris Peterson and wife to John
Fryer warranty, 3 acre, Sec. 33,
T 8 N. R. 9 JV 400
W. C. Smith and wife to L. I
Ixx-kard, warranty, lots 12 and
13, block 15, in The Thus 430
Columbia Harber Land Co. to
.Madeline C. Kamdy, warranty,
ht 5, block 64, in WarrenUm
W. L. Slangs and wife to John W.
Reercs, warranty, 12 acres in
Ses. t. T. 0 X, R. 10 W 275
Margasst Brady to F. D. Ilennes
sey. euit claim, 1 acre land in
Si-e. 21, T. 6 X., R. 10 W 1
Jo. A. Brady and wife, to F. D.
Hennessey, quit claim, same pro
There W. Baxter et ux to Jcsnle
A. Berger, warranty, lot 3, block
1, First Addition Gearhart Park 100
Jessie A. Bergen et ux to W. II.
Moner, warranty, of n i lot 3,
block 1, First Addition to Gear
hart Park 2-
Tesie A. Bergen et ux to Char
lotte JL Cartwright, h lot 3,
block 1, Firt Addition Gearhart
T. F, Cowing and wife to O. von
llaten, IfiO acres Sec. 18, T, 4
R. 7 W 2,000
llegiiia Pinachower to Henrietta
Straus, lots 0 and 10, block 9,,
Irving Heights 10
It is really one of the most wonderful
tonics for developing the figure and
soothing the nerves ever offered to the
American People. Hollister's Rocky
Rocky Mountain Tea or Tablets, 35
cents. For sale by Frank Hart.
McOovern and Young. Cdrlfott; fought a
hard six-round bout hero tonight. When
the jronc announced the clone of the
battle there was little to choose be
tween the fighter. The fight was one
of the bloodiest ever witnessed in this
SUBMARINE STILL DOWN.
BTZAETA, Tunis, Oct. 17. Admiral
Betue tonight said' it is uncertain
whether the. salvagers have located the
submarine LuHn or not. Oivers have
reached the bottom, but owing to the
roughness of the sea are unable to re
main below sufficiently long to make a
thorough investigation. Fourteen sal
vage, vessels now form a cordon around
the spot where the Lnlin went down.
The divers descend In relays and are
displaying untiring energy, , Tonight the
sea is moderating and work tomorrow
can be commenced under better condi
tions. ' ',
RECEIVED TODAY A SHIPMENT
SWEET APPLE CIDER
FANCY WAXEN COOKING APPLES
Per Box 65c
PHONE, MAIN 681. 53 COMMERCIAL STREET.
A WATCH SEASON
We bave a beautiful lime of watches,
in gold filled and solid go'd eases, id
scores of styles and patterns, plain and
engraved, and our prices are right. My
reputation for quality Is your perfect
assurance of worth,
FRANK J. D0NNERBERG, 11011th St,
Saturday Evening', Oct. 20th.
Given by Bartenders' Union, No. 142
The public is cordially invited.
Admission 50 cents.- Ladies free.
The MORNING A5TORIAN
60 CTS. PER MONTH