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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1907)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1007.
THE MORNING ASTOKIAN, A STOMA, OREGON.
Clem tip Sale. We have a large assort
ment of various kinds, former prices from
2-k to $'2.00.
Now 5c to 7 5c
See Mir show window it tells the tale.
ROSS, H1GGIN5 & CO.
T1IK J.I'AIMNO GkoCKKS
It Recovering Fnul 1'otiTnon, son
(t Hum I'dcrmiM, of West Commercial
Htl'I'Ct, Wll'l llll'll'l Wi lli ill) (Ipl'liltloll
t'lr iiiiciiiIIcIIIm the other dny, In re
ovi'tliiK r 1 1 I 1 1 -, iiinl Im now thought
o In; beyond (lunger.
Vagrant Arretted C, HiiiIUi wax fir
tented I hi' nlh'T iliiy nn i chart,"' of
uMi iiiioy iiml ri'li'UHcil on h ,all of
J'.ll, ' failed lo appear before Po
llen JiulKi- Aii'I irnin yente rday mid hht
bell wiik ilcolnrcil forfeited,
Trestl. Rnpnirt The Ml I'll iK ground
nl the fool of Thlrly-thlnl HI r-i t ha
lli'lt in lie. 1 1 J - ti l- 'til! tlll'fl' to HIJI'll mi
i xi-iil that Manager Conlldgc of Hi"
Anloilu I ;i i - 1 1 Im I Company wiih
iiIiIIk"I lo Hot ii kK of ini'ii lit work
nlay lo straighten It.
TERSE TALES 01 THE TOWN
Ml 11 Scully. NnUry Public, at
Scully's Cigar Mora. Any old hour !
Dr. J. M. Holt la relieving Dr. Flm-h,
during abei-neit mid will knp ih
rulnr houre, 12-19-tf
The very belt board to be obtained la
to dty U tt "The Occident Hotel.'
Bate, vriy reasonable.
Hammer Caet I.-iwnlir Leboi k had
H 3..T1IU pound pile, dilur hummer caul
the oilier da) at Hi.- Hiow lluy rutin
itty. Columbia and Victor tJmphoihiiiic
ami all tin ltrt record at 'hiritj.'o
prU-im, for aalr by A. H. Cyrua, 42
(Wiuirrcial hi. tl
Orkwitx covi'ra umbrella.
Steam heated loome
ply at the Ho Hive.
for rent. Ap-1-0-81
Wanted Two amurt boya to curry
paper route, Apply Morning Aatorlnn.
I Taxpaying Time Tin; good citizens
of CIntNop, and tlio tml loo. If liny
Cere lii", will lii! "In It" for tu X'-H Horn'!
! t between Hit! first and tenth of the
liomlnK tiiorilli, or, Just an soon mm the
' roll shall lie turned ovr to I lie hIiit-
IP ly AMMi'HOf CniriciluK,
For Fine Watoh ainl Clock lepalrlnif
go to Frnnk i. Ininnnihfi'K'a, tin.' re
liable Jeweller. 110 11th Kt. tf
l Ui III' . t II .t !j"Ll
I. la '!' I !hl ii
! n,- lui'-.l;. ','. l:l I.
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How l)u I
t' .. Ii"l
ri really ! yuiit
:. f'-l 'He I
iinii' iH t llrt'.i l:ug Mm-
A f i -1 Hj'l'l 1 j'lt 1 I" I . " I
If you intend buylm; furiil'mn In
til War future, ymj run h,iiu I v. is! y
per rent ly tmyltiij nrnv, At ll. tliioin
& Compiiny'a Jitriu.it y clem mice mile
Do you fuel hleepy nml not w lilt
Ilka workliiK In tho uftrrnuuu? I'l-r-hupn
It'll Im-c utiic of tho klrul of lum h
you're eutliiK- lo heitvy an l ton )mr1
to dlfi'Ht. Why not try tho i'uline
rcataurutit on Commercial direct,
where all the hukiiid In dono In thono
faanoua alow-proi'ena ovena, which turn
out light, Hppctlzing wlioleHomi
ttkinira? You'll mivt money, too. t
Gripped by La Grippe ilmi, ('lurk
l.iHiKhi'i y Im Jiimi mil, i onviili'Mi liiK
fioin i, !.' nf lit Kl'lpl'e, mill nienil
ii K liiil'll.v, It tittui'ki'il h Im hro.it
i'il lo- hii'l iiilti- ii Miih'iiM time of It
I' I tl fi'W ihlVM
Juttt Plain "Sud Tin' lit
('hi-uili.il Nn. I n liiiM- .SI -1 ..- , I .,f
1 .' iu runniut"J cata coritrtbutod tats
K l,y . 1 . "Ci ui." with unit exieptlnn,
m l thin Hull- Turn" they Imvi- i.
I lie 'I i)i i n! iiny wilful' t i n in i I'h iil
.-tl 'lUni,: iii.it Hit-- milium. Tin- kit
! !i ih I., . ii .lit!, I,. I 'Suit-'." a ' h.
: t !,.' .' ill', "f ! Ii'' IMl'.lit .
Car Shortage iin .'ii r.iiint nf t!i e:ir
nli'U t .( K wo .'He ll'iw recelVllIK three
r:un if furniture whhh nhonl.) hive
iiiilvnl In (irtoher. In oriler to make
ro' in tor thine Komi, we will kIvo a
illHcotinl of twenty per cent ilurlnn J W,IH '
!!: mitlri! month of Junuiiry on every
irth le In the hoUNc, excepting Mon
inh rrititfe. Chna. ll''llhorn & Co.,
Compli'te Itouap Furnlahora, if
Attoria to Brooklyn The Aatorlu
(till Work yeMletilny pinke'l UU'l
iMipi"l ii full uii'l cotupit H"t of cun
'i tiklng machinery for u llrm In Hrook
lyn, New Yotk. The conxlKnuierit will
tnnkn it miilK ciulotnl to crottM ihn con
lliient hy tn longeMt piiritlli'l.
Died in Jail After twenty-four
huiiix of delirium trem'-uH, IMwnnl
lluiiler, nn ICiikIIhIiiiiiui, illed In the
illy Jiill liil n. K'hl, lli-i'i -iiMi'd wax Vi
y-nr- nf UK" mi l wim not niiinleil. He
i an hy .nf. -mmIod mi eiiKht' i'i . The
it:l' I nn 111 ulll probably he at the i-X-
' n e of the county.
Haa Returned Sh. i Iff M. H. I'uin-
l'"V Wil'l it lit It 1 1 ill K pa.HSeflKer Oil tile
I II -X'le- :l yee.!;iy from t)f i tl,-
tl, whlth'-r he weiit to deposit H irry
Ciik with tht; penitentiary officials.
II.- r'-portit the capital people all hkoK
Will ill'i l' f t 111 the I 'lltllllK e.; .littl'.e
- i 1 1 , rind eveij bn ly htiMy.
Up for Honor A formal application
hi nlay by John I.aiMin, a
i atlve of Sweip-n, for Until admission
t j ; America:; ! ' null I j. nod ti Ih name
wiih duly pi'Hted by the county clerk,
anil the lKth day of Juna aet for hla
appearniico In IIiIh behalf bcfoiv th
Hon. Circuit Court, at thlH city.
2 DOZEN 25c
Just in a shipment of Sweet
Scholfield, Mattson Co.,
SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON BROS.
Fined $8.00 - JuiIkc Goodman found
" neceMiiry yedlertlay to line one ThoH.
Ilarbarovlch In the hum of IS. 00 and
uiHtN fur an allek'cd iiNnault upon Win.
Kelly, proprietor of the Kelly Trann
f'T Company. There were two caHcH
rik'.ilnMt the defendant, but the sen. mi
wiim iIIsiiiIhxciI antl the line levied In
the llrat; JuilKe Kaktn uppeariiiK for
Petition in Probate Sitting for pro
late matters yesterday, JutlKe Tren
ihnrd reviewed the petition of Mrs.
Annie ltaHiiuHHen, administratrix ef
the estate of Hans Hasmiissn, de
i eased, prayliu; for lu rmlslon to sell
certain real e tate belunKliiK to the
state, itnd made an order HxIiik Jan.
'.'S. next, at 10 o'clock a. m., as the
I'm.- fur hi'itrl'iK the ciie
Also 3000 other titles, Songs,
Sketches, Recitations, Instrumental
and Band Selections. Call and
hear them on either the Victor or
Johnson Phonograph Co
Parlora Ssoond Floor over Scholfield & Matt eon Co.
Revival Meetings The revival meet
Ices al the First Methodist church nro
li'civasim; in Interest each nlht. Itev.
Kailck, who Is his own evaiiKellst, Is
hopeful of accomplshlne; much tfuod In
tho cause he represents. He extends
mi Invitation to all to attend. .Moet
Iiirh are IicIiik held every night at
":30 o'clock. Hev. K;ider of l'ortland
will ineitch fur Mr. K.irick Saturday
nlKht and Sunday mornitiK.
Stray Horse Buggy Mrs. Dr.
Owens-Adult- reported to this of
lice yesterday Unit while on
her way to this city from
hep west Hide homo, she found a big
fray horse, hauling a buggy, adrift in
l'i road and making good time about
the peninsula. There was no on"
In sight who might tie credited with
ownership, and she tied the animal up
t.l (he Hobson place, in order that the
owner might not have to travel quite
."o far In the search, If the animal
were permitted to "go his own sweet
Will Help Very Many Since the be
ginning of the work of platting the
t creage of the county by Mr. Nelson,
now steadily at work at the contract,
I he question has arisen ns to the elim
ination of tlio road-acreago from the
private domains through which the va
tious roads pass, ami It Is probable
thut the county court will In the near
future provide for such a rule, much
to the relief of many people across
whose premises the county roads wo
rmier. It Is a good proposition and
has been adopted by many counties
in the state, and will bo one of those
bmefits that grow steadily, as the road
pystem of the county is extended.
Dance and Piano Contest next Thursday evening, Janu-ary 10, 1907.
118 MEN'S SUITS
Sizes 31 to -12,
(Former price $10 to $20
BOYS SUITS AND
A number of Boys' Suits and Over
coats worth from $1.50 to $7.50
Your Choice $3.15.
ODDS AND ENDS IN
NOW 80 CENTS
A reasonable reduction on regular stock also, ex
cept on Collars and Cuffs, Knox Hats and Carbartt
work clothes which are contract goods.
BEHIND EACH ARTICLE SOLD IN HIS STORE
F. it. Kuikeri left Portland last
night for a ten days' business trip In
State Senator enry S. McGowan, of
McUowan's Wash., Is In the city on a
Poet Office Inspection Postal In-i-pector
O. C. Riches, of Portland, Is
In the city, going through the Astoria
pf.Ht-ofllee on his nnnual round of In
spection. Incidentally, Mr. Riches la
probing a rank abue that has crept
Into the service lately, that of send
lrg mall matter of a high class
wrapped In lower class matter and
thus evading the payment of the high
c'iifs rates of postage. To this offense
Is attached the only fixed penalty un
der the postal laws, that of $10. It
has been practised to a very large ex
li nt, and the government has deter
r.ined to break up the practice or
make it decidedly uncomfortable for
t'.osc who practice it.
Delegates Return The Astorlan del
egation, consisting of H, M. Lorntsen
end C. II. Thompson, to the Oregon
Labor Convention, held In Portland
during Monthly, Tuesday and Wednes
day of the present week, returned
home yesterday. They report an In
teresting and enthusiastic meeeting.
The administration of Fish Warden H.
C. Van Uuson was endorsed by the
convention. A number .of resolutions
favoring reforms were passed, includ
lnj free school books, eight -hour work
ing day, convict road labor, relief
from state poll tax, and the organiza
tion of a state labor party. Presi
dent Roosevelt's action In the San
Francisco affair was condemned. In
the election of officers, II. M. Lrmrt
sen was mimed vice president and As
ti rla was named the next meeting
SHOES FOR MEN
Of the Highest
Grade of Stock
with the Nicest
SUCH FOOTWEAR WE SELL
lne testimony ot many customers
va Anticipate your wants and take ad-
!i vantage of our bxtraordinary Trices
for Choice Goods.
I Wherity, Ralston & company
The Leading Shoe Dealers,
Automobile Crooks There is a start
ling and realistic string of film pic
tures running at the Waldorf this
week that is proving wonderfully at
tractive. It shows the rapid, swing
ing career of a man and his wife and
an automobile, the combination pro
ducing a long line of bold and dash
ing thefts from every possible source
such a city as New York offers to a
smart pair of crooks. The Interest In
the maneuvers of the pair, their adroit
and successful deals with the detec
tives and cops, and their hair-breadth
oscapes keep the spectators on the
tip-toe of excitement until the last
live picture on the string is unfolded.
Miss Violet Parker, the dainty ballad
1st, sings with great effect the new
and beautiful song entitled "Let Me
Write What I Never Dared to Tell!"
the whole making a very pleasing
scheme of entertainment. tf
Marvel of Compilation The World
A'liiamic and Encyclopedia for 1307 is
a one-volume library of information.
Concise, comprehensive and complete,
it is a marvel of compilation of good
uliting. Legislative, election, finan
cial, trade, sporting, athletic, depart
mental and educational matters, Amer
ican and foreign, national and state,
are all presented in a manner econom
ical of time and nervous irritation. The
rrofessional man, the business man,
the young and the aged, in fact all .
Kinds and conditions of men, will have Draws Lucky Number Herman
frequent occasion during the course ofj-wise gave his semi-annual dance and
the year to refer to the pages of this i ; jano drawing contest last night. Those
Have Begun Work Messrs. Fergu
son iv Houston, the contractors, have
begun the work of remodeling the Fla
vel brick for the occupancy of the
F'rst National Bank, on the ground
fror. The east wall is being taken
out, and the structural iron is at hand
for immediate installation as fast as
i1: is necessary to apply it, and the
immense and handsome spread of plate
glass all along the Tenth street front
age will follow fast upon the setting
ur of the iron work.
valuable volume, the contents of which
h- given in a well-arranged index.
New Deputy Collector Yesterday
afternoon Allan Y. Anderson, chief
deputy under Sheriff M. R. Pomeroy,
Kieived official announcement from
Washington, of hia appointment to
the position of deputy collector of
customs nt the Astoria custom house,
.ice John C. McCue, resigned. He x
report for duty on January 13, next
Monday, to Chief Deputy Collector
I 'rank L. Parker. Mr. Anderson was
tne of a group of applicants for the
it speetorship in this city and passed
with flattering percentages. He 5s to
be congratulated upon his early se
lection for this especial post and he
will undobtedly make a capable and
Alderbrook Dancing Club. The Al-
Oerbrook Dancing Club will give their
vtgular Saturday night dance Jan. 12.
Everybody invited. 2t
rresent elected as judges of the con
test C. E. Linton, J. F. ' Kearney, W.
L. Reed, Thos. B. Loughrcg and A.
K. Seivertz. These selected Herbert
Wilbur, aged four years, to draw the
r.vmber. He drew number 321, ttH
'.urky holder of which was Mr. L. Ja
cobson of Knappton, Wash. A large
crowd was present and enjoyed them-s-elves
until a late hour dancing.
WILL REINSTATE REPUBLIC.
HAVANA, Jan. 10. The signing of
tm extradition treaty between Cuba
and San Domingo has brought Joy to
the liberals. They say this is of great
political significance, as the first in
ternational act by Cuba since its admin
istration by the United States, and
indicates that the Unied States has
ro intenion of not complying with its
promises to re-establish the Cuban republic.