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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1907)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1007.
THE MORNING A STOUT AN, A STOUT A, OUEGON.
FINK FOR DAINTY DINNERS
"CORN ON THE COB"
nonk lmrri-R, just ukk fresh corn
TVVOS1ZHS 30 and 65 TIIK CAN
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
Till-; U'.ADING CKOCKKS
' Without a Blemiih The mlllim-fi at
Mm Antorlii Box ('iiirijKiny'H tilimt
turned nut a IImd cut yesterday of
wlilcli nil hiiri'lM nr proud. It wn
21-lwh cunt, Kin I ii ("Ik" iki'I 28 feet
long, llit two fool-bun rln fulling nwny ;
from It nlMolulely without a dlMoern-i
llili! IiI'ihIhIi on a Mingle one of thorn.'
Moot Tomorrow A medlng of tho
CliilKnp County llorlleulturnl AhhoiIu
t t'n will In' held tomorrow afternoon,
lit tin- court Iioiihi', J" 1 1 Mofli.-ty Iti
Icii'ln lo ml'i'i ihmI riT'OMiii -ri'l ii com
jii'lciil mini for the uini;mi of couu
ly fruit liinii i tor, which oillcc him
lllllll-IIO ll'-l'll unfilled.
IiS Of 1 1
Dell 11 Kouily, NoUry Tuhllo. i
Bcnlty'i Cigar More. Any oM botirl
Or. J. M. Holt U relieving Dr. Finch,
during hi absence and will koop the
regular hour. 12-l-tf
Tho very beit bond to be obtained lo
the dtj U at "The Occident Hotel."
,fiateo very reaeonafcle.
Columbia and Victor (irephojihoiuw
and a.U the latmt recoTdn at Chicago
pricva, for ele by A. It. Cyrua, 424
Cummerrial HI. tf
In 8uoceion Ibm. Frank J- Taylor,
of this oily, hun been ii.ji i ri t ! "
ni"inl! of tin, Slate Hoard of Pilot
('iiininll'iii'-in, vice t Itrigu Nuhiii'l.
Anothor Wadding Due County
Clerk Cllntiiu yenterday ImiiiiI ii mar
ring,' Ileum III fuvnr of Mr. VIIJ;nn
I.unkkoueu niiil Ml A nt! Jitrvl, doth
of thin city.
Dead at Nl Kdwnrd IVrlhi. n
younic mini of ;h year", dleil Thurit
tiny nl Niurl. lli wn lit hut u tdioit
time, wim ii imtlvn of Finland, iiml
rejected ly nil who knw him, He
will hn burled there to.lny.
Orkwiti cover umbrellni.
Oo to A. D. Craig for your teuu,
nwiiliiKN mul nil kind of cuiivim work.
Inquire 12th uti'l llond. tf
Pae Throuth Attorla Mr. J. II.
tilllmugh, brother of J. A. illliaugh of
IIiIm illy, mul MImh Mary McMann,
Imth of Portland, wry married In thnt
city Wediiewl.iy. They will make n
li'iin-ymooii trip to California, pimalng
through 1 Ii 1 h city on the cteamer Co
luriihlii, which Im m preHent euught In
till' lre Homo illMtawe up tin: river.
For Fine Watoh and Clock repairing
go to Frank J. iJonnerherg'a, tho re
liable Jeweller, 110 11th Ht. If
It Will Be to your Ion if you full
to take iiilviiiiliiKn of lleilhoin &
iV'tnpuny'ti twenty per cent discount
Liberty Bell Social Club will give a
iluine Knturdny, January 19, nl I,o
Knu'n Hull. Kverybody Invited.
If you Intend buying furniture In
Ui insnr fuluru, you run auve twenty
per cent by buying now. At lleilhoin
A Company'" Jiinuury clem am halo.
May Be Ice Bound 1'reHldeiit V. K.
,Irf!ic(i,r, of the AMtorl.'i HoX Com
pany, wiyn It 1m peiipp. Imve f iiir blp
rnftM of line lon linomed on Crny'a
mid leip ilvern, nnd Hint Hie 'ul
I'Mider IioiiIm im.. nfter them. If they
run be brought cut, nnd over, tin; mill
will keep on runnlnif, but If they kIiiiII
prove to In- ri--bnuud, the plant will
have to i Pin.. In n day or two.
If ym havtI imyihlnit to mil lint It
with the l N. Clurk Co., Ileal l
(lite. They will ndvertlne it free of
charge to you, which ineann ii (ulck
Ripe in Yeart H. Iiunean, nn,. of
Aioi!ii'h honored veterann, now nt
(he lioini. of hi" non-ln-1r.v, Cnptftln ;
William Htarr, celet,r;ite, bin Kfith j
Iditlid.iy yeHierday, nnd h im hale I
and In-arty tin many n man it wop' of j
years hl Junior. Hi? Hlitiuillzed the;
day by rnakliiK bin unfalllnif rail fit i
the Aeolian olflce Uji continue hUj
Hubm-rlpt Ion. May ho live long and
Below Zero Thnt'a where you will
bo If you don't check that cold nnd
cute thnt rough with ltnrt'e Compound
Kyrup Tnr mid Wild Cherry. Sure
thing. At Hurt'N drug elore, corner
Uth nnd Commercial atreete,
The Clever Thinae To do by one'K
feet Ik to keep them hiiiidmutudy und j
comfoi tubly Nhod from tho alroumt !
at k f C V. llrown. No better rule
enn b txlabllHhed, nor maintained,
than tbi. lw
Home From Bandon C. Tlmmon
won ii homing pamtenger from Man
don on th Hteiuner Alliance- thin trl
ninj bilnn" cheerful new of the sal
mon m imon there. Ho report bin pack
nt lM'in ciiKen anil U peif.itly mil
lufleit With the record.
I I nrre ib no ue puiunK uui
erty In mmn real edtntt? man' handn
thnt will not aell It. Give It to um
nnd we will advertise It i"'J Hell It
club kly for you. We advertlm- It freo
of chaiKv to you. The V. N. Clark i
Co., Heal Kutiitp.
Declined With Thanke VfHterdny
morning Koine nf the b'KK'TH In the
Horetmon iami nt SveriHen Hlmt a
bounidtig wildcat, nnd promptly tele
phoned the fact to Secretary R P.
Nimmin, In thin city, ofTerlilg him n
"hind Hunrter of the tipiiKt If he wna
xhort of meat," Mr. Noonan dccdlned
It. with thanka, ui-on tho hypothenU
"that tho mark't for dog wn nt 111
With the Antlered Folk Malcolm
Itarger. headed a gi'oup of Atorla
ICIkH, for Salem yeHterday morning,
where they Joined 'he Salem fratern
In the dedicatory cercmonleii Incident
to the opening of the beautiful M. 1.
O. K. temiih) In that city hint eve.
Do you feel neepy and not a bit
lltee working In tho nftprnoon? Pt
httpa It'n bm-nuHe of the kind of lunch
you're etxtlng too heavy nnd too hard
to dlgeat. Why not try tho Pnlnco
rwaViurnnt on Commercial atreet,
where all the baking In done In thoao
fiunoua alow-pro(.'o ovona, which turn
out light, appetising wholcaomo
thkagsT Tou'll envj money, too. tf
A Mimp for a young man with $600
rimh. Wc have for itale a IuhIhi8.i
In Aatorlu that In now paying $75 a
mouth net, anil could with a little ef
fort be rained to 123 a month, l'or
further partlcularit fee The N.
Clark Co., Campbell lildg., 415 Com
mercial HI feet.
Service Improved For iome tlm
piiKt the management of the Morning
Atorlan han rontempbitcd the am
lillfyliiK f It" local fcrvlce, by Incor
porating u full, dally detail of current
affalrx ax they happen in and about
Wnrrenton, Hammond. Kort Stevens
and Seaside, nnd thin It In now pre
pared to do. Mr Guy J. Snxton. n
practical neunpaper man, having been
emi'loyed and iiH"lKned to that district.
The net-vice will begin thin morn
ing nnd will be maintained.
Tor dale by Frank Hart.
If you have no friend" or money,
In the river you can fall;
Man lag"" are unite common nnd,
More people there will be,
Provided you take Hocky Mount iht
Chocolates and Bonbons
Another Little Blaze Councilman J.
J. KiililhNou caused n little excitement
lant i veiling by Kenrchlng for and
finding a leaking gnu pipe. Something
was wrong with the gas, and, accord
ing to report", Mr. Knhlnwm tin-Ki-rewrd
the tap nnd climbed down
with ii candle to Investigate matters.
He found out nil nbout it and the
lire di pnrtinent reached tho residence,
which Is on the corner of Eighteenth
and Kxchange streets, nbout twenty
live minutes to eight, but found nil
Are the Best
Just received by today's express
a fresh shipment of
$1.50 per box.
Scholfield, Mattson Co.,
SUCCESSORS TO JOHN80N BROS.
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Co.,
Parlore 8eoond Floor over Soholfield A Matteon Co.
Hiah-Claie Entertainment Lovers
of genu I no good music artistically ren
dered can Indulge this taste any eve
ning this week by dropping Into th
Ixnivre and listening to the dellcbua
singing of Miss Annie Merrill, th
possesor of one of the finest high bo
prnno voleca heard here for many a
day. She gives a number of operatic
selections and Introduces an up-to-date
and dainty song entitled "The
Saucy Little Bird on Nellie's Hat.."
Miss Merrill Is most cleverly re-ln-forced
by Miss Eugenie Paloma, a
marvelous contralto, whose work Is In
pleasant contra-dlstlnctlon and la
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
tho maneuvers of the pair, their adroit
and successful deals with the detec
tlvos and cops, and their hair-breadth
escapes keeps the spectators on the
tip-toe of excitement until the last
live picture on the string Is unfolded.
Miss Violet Parker, the dainty ballad
lst, 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
Dance and Piano Contest next Thursday evening, Janu-ary 10, 1907.
118 MEN'S SUITS
Sizes 84 to 42,
Former price $10 to $20
BOYS' SUITS AND
A number of Boys' Suits and Over
coats worth from $4.50 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
PERSONAL MENTION. 4)
lien K. Worsley, former county as
sessor, and now a successful fruit
grower near Svenson, came to As
toria yesterday morning. He left lai
evening for Portland, where he will
spend a few days,
A. F. Stoner of Corvnllls, M. A.
Lynch, of Portland and J. J. Walter,
formerly of Astoria, also ! Portland,
left this city yesterday to examine
timber properties in the Nehnlem dis
trict. K. S. Loper, representing Blumaurer,
Frank & Company, Portland, Is In the
city, visiting the local drug stores.
Big Deal Pending The Sorenson
Logging Company Is about to close a
deal with Hurch & MeClure for a mag
nificent belt of timber, 800 acres in
extent, and with many millions of
feet of choice lumber available, all in
Township 7 North, Range 9 West;
wholly and closely tributary to their
camp und plant,
Pleasant New. A wire was received
In this ottloe last night, announcing
the pleasant news that the State con
vention of Retail Grocers' Associations
had unanimously elected Frank J. Car
ney, of this city, president of the Ore
gon Grocers' and Merchants' Associa
tion. The honor was thoroughly well
placed nnd is entirely appreciated here.
Believe Fox Found Sheriff Pome
roy believes that he has located In
Portland, Roy Fox, the companion of
Blanche Day, who committed suicide
at the Waldorf dance hall recently. Mr.
Pomeroy Is in communication with the
authorities In Portland, and it is ex
pected that tthe young man wll be
brought to this city In a few days.
The coroner's jury have evidence
enough in their possession to make
things very interesting for him and
perhaps for other persons In this city
Police Court Busy Yesterday found
the doc kat the police court crowded.
Three persons charged with drunk
enness forfeited five dollars ball each
and failed to appear. One man on the
same charge stood trial and was fined
$5 or two days in Jail. Three vag
rants were fined forty dollars apiece,
fine being suspended conditional upon
their leaving town. Another man upon
the same charge pleaded not guilty
and stood trial. According to testi
mony, he Is a bartender at the Wal
dorf taking a lay-off. The only item
of general Interest developed in the
case was the fact that the Waldorf Is
not a house of ill fame, three wit
nesses under oath denying the accu
sation. The prisoner was found not
guilty, as charged, and Police Judge
Anderson therefore ordered his discharge.
Of the Highest
Grade of Stoqk
with the Nicest
SUCH FOOTWEAR WE SELL
The testimony ot many customers
in this vicinity proves it.
Anticipate your wants and take fad-
vantage of our Extraordinary PricesJ
for Choice Goods.fr&&k'
Wherity, Ralston Company
The Leading Shoe Dealers.
DONS B7 DEED. j
W. B. Troutner to Thos. Mitch
ell, et al, trustees, lots 17 and
18. block 5, First Add. Ocean
T. S. Cornelius and wife to T. R.
Davies, lots 1 to 39, inclusive,
block 10, Merrlwether Downs
E. M. Houghton and wife to John
and William Kenny, lots 1 and
2, block 4, O'Hara's Add to
H. F. Cooley and wife to Lucy
D. Hoye, lot 4, block 3, Rail
road Add. to Ocean Grove 275
Odd Fellows Install The members
of Beaver Lodge No. 35, I. O. O. F.,
held their installation of officers last
night. J. L. Kline, D. D. G. W., was
the Installing officer. The new of
ficers are: Gust Anderson, N. G.: E.
C. Younce, V. G.; O. Anderson, Sec
retary; John Hahn, Financial Secre
tary; C. S. Wright, Treasurer; J. L.
Kline, R. S. N. G.; J. W. Babbldge,
L. S. N. G.; A. Y. Anderson, Conduc
tor; Alex Tagg, Warden; William 01
sen, R. S. S.; Chas. O. Johnson, L. S.
S.; John Frye, R. S. V. G.; Audley
Gragg, L. S. V. G.; James W. Welch,
Card Party Tonight The members
of Gateway Rebekah Lodge are look
ing forward to a card party which Is
planned for tonight. The affair will
take place In the Odd Fellows' hall
and a pleasant evening is anticipated.
TO THE PUBLIC.
The supply of water coming into the
city being insufficient to supply the
demand, either on account of the
waste or carelessness of consumers,
and there being a prospect of the sup
ply being entirely exhausted in another
48 hours, it is ordered by the com
mission that the water be turned of
from all mains in the city at S
o'clock tonight, Wednesday, January,
16, 1907, and remain turned off un
til 5 a. m., tomorrow (except In case
of fire). And this order will be In
force until further order of the com
mission. Therefore all Interested will
take notltce that the water will be
shut off every night at 9 o'clock and
turned on again at 5 a. m., next morn
ing. By order of Water Commission.
LARS BERGSVIK, Supt.
Bolivia and Paraguay Will Allow Ar
gentine to be Judge.
LA PAZ, Jan. 17. The signing at
Buenos Ayres by the Bolivian and
Paraguayan Ministers of a protocol
submitting the Bolivia-Paraguay
boundary question to arbitration has
been received with satisfaction here.
Argentina will play the role of arbi
trator. By this agreement is ended
what seemed to be an Insurmountable
obstacle in the way of a peaceful un
derstanding between the two countries.
Morning Astorlan, 60 cents a month,
delivered by carrier.