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SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1907.
WEST SIDE NEWS
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CI0AM.
TIIK MOllNIXO ASTOHIAN, AS'l'OHIA, OREGON.
Daily Happenings at Warrenton, Seaside, Hammond
and Fort Stevens.
! WARRENTON J
WARUKXTOX. Jan. l'.i. Fred Mun
son, of the tug Samson, whli h was so
badly battered at sa while towing
the nig Honanza recently that she was
compelled to abandon the ship and
seek her own safety, is vl-itins his
mother, pending the completion of re-:
pairs to the tug at lVr.la.d. ,
The Salvation Army, led by Captain j
T. J. Smith. Lieut. Charles Mekula j
and Kusigns R. 15town an 1 XI. Har-'
mon, paraded the streets yesterday, j
Much trouble has been experienced
the past few days in getting telephon- j
Ic communication with Astoria. The
ice rushed a pole over In Young's
Bay ar.d the wires were under water.
There lias been no communication be
tween this city and Fort Stevens, but
there has been no interruption of tho
service between here and Seaside.
I has been purchased for the cutting de-
If the weather moderates sufficient- ! par'.mcnt and the planing mill. The
ly the Old Oregon Mill and the D. kilns are belli)? remodeled and the lum
S. Kelly Lumber Company's mill will j ber will be thoroughly dried before he
resume operations after having been jnK treated to tho planing process,
closed during the coll weather. All Manager ltrent said today that by
of the pipes In both mills are frozen, j the time the mill starts l; will have
but it Is thought that they can be j been thoroughly overhauled and will
thawed out by Monday If the weather
continues warm. Nearly 175 men j oars can be procured to move the pro
have been compelled to a week of Idle- i duet. Former employes, who have
ness owing to the shut-down. Taking j pe. n working elsewhere since the shut
advantage of the cessation of business. down, are applying for their old jobs,
the Kelly Company has Installed a new
carriage in Its mill.
Among the visitors to Astoria yes
terday were J. C. Cobb, B. M. Rogers,
Dr. Owens-AJalr, Mrs. XVm. Ashley,
Miss Coffee and G. C. Barlow.
SEASIDE, Jan. 19. It is with much
rejoicing that residents of this city
and especially the employes of the old
Seaside Spruce Lumber Company will
receive the news that the mill will re
open between Feb. 1 and Feb. 10. The
'old company hns been reorganize! and
incorporated under the name of the J
Roofevelt Declares Confederate
Was High Minded Patriot.
President Sends Address to be Read at
Celebration of Hundredth Anniver
sary of Southern General, Con
taining High Praise.
To the Hon. Hilary A. Herbert, chair
man and others, of the committee on
arrangement for the celebra'lon of the
100th anniversary of General Robert
Gentlemen: I regret that it is not in!
my power to be with you at your cele-i
bration. I join with you in honoring; " f;li'ure and therefore out of rbt ; s-tioi, of this country, to eomm-mo-the
life and career of that soldier anl''Tned failure he helped to build the; rat- his life and deeds by the estab
lish minded citizen wdiuse fume is wonderful and mighty triumph of our j li.hm-rit at some Kreat representative
now a mater of pride lo all our coun-j national life, in which all his country- ; educational Institution of 'he South of
trvmen. Terrible though the day! m,'n share. Immediately after the a p'rmament memorial that will serve
of the Civil War, awful though it was;
that a conflict should occur between'''1 ri'-r eigh'ednes which at that time
brothers, it is yet a matter for gratl-j fl'w "f "eetlon possessed that the
tude on the part of all Americans that;
this alone among contests of like mag-) th same as those of the L'nlt'M Sta
nltude should have left both sides asf that the prosperity of the South
sl nriceless heritage the memorv of the!
mighty son and the glorious deeds
which those days brought forth. The
courage and steadfastness; the lofty
fealty to the right as it was given to
each man to see the right whether he!
wore the gray or the blue, now makes
the memories of the valiant feats, alike:
of those who served under Grant and
of those who served under Lee prec
ious to all good Americans.
"General Lee has left us the memory,
not merely as his extraordinary skill
as a general, his dauntless courage
and his leadership In campaign and
battle, but as also of that serene great
ness of soul characteristics of those
who must readily recognize the obli
gations of civic duty. Once the war
was over he instantly undertook the
task of healing and binding up the
wounds of his countrymen in the true
spirit of those who feel malice toward
none and charity toward all, in that.
spirit which from the throes of the
Seaside Lumber and M.inufu'turliig j (ban uver.igo Intelligence, but ho ha
Company, The old company employed f : lie ropulaltem ot being wholly lire
ah.mt .'.!." men In the mill and In tho j : j n 11 wlon under tho Inlhioiuv of
vood, mill lis monthly payroll of
from Jl'WO to 1.V00 materially atd
ril til" business interests of the city
la f.u't I'. vu the null! slay of tho
i lly in winter. The sudden cessation
of ihi' mill o:i lVcomhor 1 was ii se
vere Mow to mercantile business, and
it drove many nu n to seek employment
Tlio oar shortage was the roa-'oii as
I signed for the olosiii gof the mill,
i Thfiv wore 4'.0u0 doors on hand, hi -i
sides a largo nuan'Lv of sash aral un
I finished hinihor. but it Is currently
i rumored that tho affairs of the com
pany wore In an unsatisfactory con
dition ami that the oar shortage was
used as a subterfuge to enable tho
company to adjust Its business satis-j
For several weeks the eompmy has
been repairing ami remodel! g the mill
placing it in the best possible condi
tion. A large amount of machinery
ibe in condition to run constantly lf
and it Is thought the the mill will
reoppn with practically all of the old
I FT. STEVENS
FORT STEVENS. Jan. 19. The ef-
forts of unknown friends to procure Seaside, where he will be united In
the release of Paul Everlngham from marriage tomorrow to Miss Delia
the charge of passing several spur- Spencer, of that city. XIr. and XIr.
ious checks in Astoria, deeply Inter-! Wright will spend a few days In Port
est his comrades In the 34th com-1 land, after which they will make ttn lr
pany, coast artillery. It Is known that! home In Hammond,
the accused man's parents live in Chi- j
rago and the soldiers believe that the; The Knights ;md Ladies of Security
money to reimburse the holders of the' will give a dancing party at Red XPn's
worthless paper was forwarded from hall February ".. Uefieshmeri's will
them. Everlngham Is a man of more :
Civil War brought forth the real and
indissoluble union of today, was
eminently fitting that this great man,
this war worn veteran of a mighty
struggle who at its close, simply and
j quietly undertook his duty as a plain,
everyday citizen, bent only upon rclp
; i.'ig h!s people in the paths of peace
j and tranquility, should turn his atten
tion toward educational work, toward
bringing up in fit fashion the younger
generation the sons of those who had
I'ruv"1 f-'itn by their endeavor
in the heroic days.
Thr is nn nne.l tt dwell rm f'.en-
eral Lee's record as a soldier. The
son of Light Horse Harry Lee of the
Revolution, he came naturally by his
aptitude for arms and command. His
campaign put him In trie Ton-most
ranks of the great captains of all time.
Hut his signal valor and address in
of peace once the war wad over. The
spirit in which he turned to the work
war are no more remarkable than the
circumstances were such that most
men, even of his high character, felt
Mtter and vindictive or oppressive or
spiritless, but General Lee's heroic
temper was not warped nor his great
soul cast down. He stood that hardest
"t Htnlr.s. the strain of hearing
himself well through the grey evening
'los of hostilities he announced with I
n, ten-sis or trie somnern smtes were:
would rise or fall with the welfare of
the whole country, and that the duty
of the citizens appeared to pla.li to
admit of doubt.
He urged that all should unite In
hone - t effort to obliterate the effects
of war and restore the blessings of
pf - aee,
To everyone who applied to him this
was the advice he gave. Although ab
solutely without means he refused all
offers of pecuniary aid and all posi
tions of emolument although many
were offered him. He declined to go
abroad, laying that he sought only a
"Place to earn honest bread while en
gaged in some useful work."
This statement brought him the ef
fer of the presidency of the Washing
ton College, a little institution In Lex
ington, Va., which had grown out of a
modest foundation known as "Liberty
Washington had endowed this aca-
demy with 120 shares of stock that had
liquor, and it Is believed thai uaiie
intoxicated he plumed to raise a
consl. lei able sum of money and de
sett, but became so bewildered from
drink that he indicted to carry out
His purpose n it : 1 1 too late.
Captain Percy Willis of the ;!lth
company, upon hearing of the young
man's misfortune, was preparing to
redeem the spur ous paper, but upon
b1. lining that K eiinnham had been In
trouble before at Kansas City, he
abandoned his purpose. Iv. e: inubam J
deserted from the lioor army and he,
left the navy befoie the expiration (,
his enlistment, but It Is rot known,
whether he deserted or purchased blsi
Private living J. Towuseiid o! tin
'.Kird company was discharged today
at the expiration of enlistment, lie re
sides at Cedar Itapids, Iowa, but ex
pects to remain In Oregon.
Kdward K. Simmons of the 93rd
company will be ills, barged tomorrow,
having served throe years. His home
s in Leadvllle, Col.
Private Roger Power of 'he 'Xlrd
company, is another of the veteiam of
the service. He Is a native of Ire
land and h:n been In the service
years. He has been in no aim of the
service, except he. ivy ar'Ub-ry a
served the entire time on the Paellle
,...... elt ,,.., ... ..... i,,,, M ,,
at the Pres dio. A :
1 Island, P.ene,
Cal., and Fort Stevens,
HAMMOND. Jan. 19-Luther H.
Wright, proprietor of a saloon and
restaurant here, departed today for
been given to him by the State of Vir
ginia wh.ch he had aec ep'.-d only on
condition that In- might with it endow j manufacturing a staple line of goods
some educational Institution. To the i In constant and dalnly use, wants a
institution whleh Washington helped I good man to manag" branch whole
to found in such a spirit I.ee In the gale business. Salaiy, II.S00 per year
am.j title spirit give his services. 1 1 j IIn,j n expends, payable monthly,
accepted the position of Pr-si dent ut ; ., , commissions which should
the salary of Jl.iOO
ar, in order,;
as h states, that he might, do some
good to the you'll of the Sou'h. He
applied himself to bis n.-w work with
the. same singleness of mind which In
had sh'.wn in leading the army of
All the time by word a';d deed he
was striving for the restoration of
real peace, of real harmony, never ut
tering a word of bitterness or allow
ing a word of bitterness uttered In his
presence to go unchecge'i. rrom me
close of the war to his death all his
great pnwers were devote, 1 to two
great objects; The reconciliation of
his countrymen with one another, and
with fitlng the youth of the South for
the duty of a lofty and bioadmlnded
Such is the career that you gather to
honor and I hope that you will take
advar tage of the one hundredth an
niversary of General Lee's birthday,
appealing to all our people in every
the youth of the coming yea t a as he
in the closing years or n. ' lite .w
those who so sorely needed what.
T H EO DO I i E I tOO S K V K LT.
certainly smashed a hole In tiie bar
rooms of Kansas, but Iiallard's Hore-
hound Syrup has smashed all records
aa a cure for coughs, Bronchitis, In
fluenza and all Pulmonary diseases. T.
C. H , Horton, Kansas, writes: "I
have never found a med'lclne that
would cure a cough so quickly as Hal
lard's Horehound Syrup. I have used
it for years." Hart's drug store.
Mary Dark circles nnfi'-r the eve
Indicate a sluggish circulation or t i
pid liver and kidneys. Exercise dall
nnd take Holb'sier's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 'Twill do you good. 33 cent?
Tea or Tablots.
For sale by Frank Hart.
plain and fancy sewing, uHo
POSITION WANTKU NoltWKilIAN
till desires place In family to do
housework. Apply lOH lHiane. 31
AC. ENTS CAN VASSKHS, M IX KISS,
peddlers, Solicitors, mall ordr peo
ple, etc., should buy KRAMKIO
HOOK OF TIUPB SKCKKTS. Ilegu
lnr p Ice IS, but baL of last edition
nd h.isi'01" '1--5 aa long us they Inat. C.uar-
; uraer quicK. moux run.
Sutherland, Iowa. ll-JS-tf
V A N T IC D S A I KS X I FN . MANY MAKE
fliM) to $15(1 per month. Sum even
more. Stock clean: grown on Iter
ation, far from old orchard. (Wi
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
Addrr Washington Numerj Company,
Toppenish, Washington." 0-W-tf
WANTED TWO GOOD 8 UBS CRIP
tlon solicitors to work. Flrat claw
proposition, good pay. Apply Astorlan
WANTED GENTLEMAN Oft LADV
of fair education to travel for mer
cantile house of large capital. Terri
tory at home or abroad to suit. Week
ly salary of $1,000 per year and ex
penses. Address Joseph A. Alexan
der, Astoria, Ore. 1-8-tf
W A NT F I LA RG E FIRST-CLASS
house of twenty-five years' standi! g.
l amount to more man salary. Appli
st furnish good referen.es andjr 15,;; nice Cilice, CoffeO, ie, or
,sh, whh h Is satisfactorily -1 , n.,.
Address I'reslde.d, 612 S. 6th I ""l,l,",i . al v' - "(HUlUf-
St., St. Louis, Mo,
MALIC HKLP WANTKI) MHN AND
women to I am watchmaking, en
graving, Jeweler work, optics; en"y
terms; positions guaranteed; money
made learning. Watchmaking-Engraving
School, 1426 Fourth avenue, Seat-
WHALE AMBER. MADE LV NOIt
way, guaranteed finest shoe dress
ing out. our dealer handles It. Al
fred Andresen & Co., Minneapolis,
KltKSH MILK COWS FOR HALE A.
Lorigden, Warrenton, Ore. fit
VOCAL CULTCKE MISS CRACK
Kannel wiil give instruction In tone
production. Coaching in classical
i ; songs and ballads. 144 Duane street.
Phone Red 2091. tf
Notice of Annual Meeting of stock
holders of 1 he Union Fishermen's Co
operative Packing Company.
Notice Is hereby glvfn that the an
nual meeting of the Union Fl diurmcn's
Co-operative Packing Company will
bo held according to the by-laws of
said corporation, and at the hall of the
Columbia River Fishermen's Protec
tive Union, In Astoria, Oregon, on
Monday, January 28, 1907, at 1 o'clock
p. m. CHARLES WILRON, Pres.
Attest: FRANS KANKKONEN,
Why 8uffer from Rheumatism
Do you know that rheumatic pains
can be relieved? If you doubt this,
Just try one application of Chamber
lain's Pain Ralm. It will make rest
and aleep possible, and that certainly
means a great deal to any one afflict
ed with rheumatism. For sale by
Frank Hart and leading druggists.
1TTI.IC Sister Wllkureon
XV us linndy with tli needle,
Tucks and darts and hems and
She certainly could wheedle.
Out of, Into, any goods,
Shu always dressed most
lirothr-r XVIlkorson, he dlod,
Pneumonia -rather hasty!
All the sisters of her church
Kxchanged surprise nnd wonder,
As to how she'd get along.
8h got along by thunder'
nt to live In Want-Advlll.
Where seamstresses were wanted.
Never once by poverty
Was Little Plster haunted.
Advertise In The Morning Atorln.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. !
H OW A RtOTTROewTjELLT
Offioe with Mr. J. A. Eakln, at No. 426
Commercial 8t Astoria.
W ANTKI) - TIIKKK MCS1C
Inquire at Aetorian oflh.
MAMsl.IN I.FSSONS (SIVKN MllS.
C. 1) Stewftt, 127 fnVventa ttret.
Room with or without board;
rate raaaonahle; good aocorn
aiodation for tranaleaU. Uth
DX. RHODA C. HICXJ
Office Uunsel, Rid. Phone Black 1011
171 Commercial 8t Aatoria, Ora. ;
431 Bowl St
JAPANESE FIXINGS, MADE OF BAM
BOO, LIGHT, STRONG, HAND
MADE, TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS,
WHAT-NOTS, BOOKCASES, SHELV
2S Commercial St., Astoria.
VII l.-I ,i, .! t, ,K. a.rw.r, ... .
1 iw.ir.r,v,r.-ur. iiuurt. vve make a
specialty of house moving carponW..
roritrnctors. general Jobbing ; prompt at-i
lent ion to all orders. Comer Tenth and I
BUTTON HOLE AT THE BACK.
Your experience with It Has no doubt
lpad to much vexation, possibly pro
fanity. Broke your ilngnniail trying to
pry It up from the neckband, ant
You won't have that that experience If !
you Bend your shirt, to us; we .are you
thi. trouble, and danger of tearing thi
shirt. Try us and aee,
Tenth and Duane St.. Phone 1991
MEN AND WOMEN.
Um Big U for unnatural
Omrtnt.Ml U Irrltatlnnii or !ll''iil1oii,
Hit 10 itrlnturt. t,f iiiilcoUH liiftlntiriuiai.
Pr.Tkt CflNtafffan. Pnlt.lnia. nrf not latrln.
Knt or poinimoui.
l. H. . J,- I or Miit In plain wrnppor,
ity rxprpMN, prnpuld, f
jOl fl l .00. .,r 3 l,,.ttle .7fl.
m Circular lout va rouiHMt-
Popular Concert Hall.
Good ruuile. Atl are weloome.
nr B?nta and A.tor,
I- i0 HOND T
! ASTORIA, 0REG0I
ii Carried the Finest Line of
1 Liquors ;j
I Clears j
I CALL AND SEE US I
Eagle Concert Hall
:i'J0 Ailor Ht
The lending aintiwuient house.
Agency for Kdlmn l'bonorrapbt tad
Gold Moulded lteonrd.
I'. A. PKTFiiNoN, prof
on draught and in buttle
Hrrwr.1 in'trr Military ciiellllnnl sad
VUin,f nKn tluhl hue In Ailoita,
NO MATTKK WHKHK IK:ATr3)
i JJJ ""V
rjnlt 8t.tr.. Don't ,
. d,iCrn)na wh,t y,
PropeHle. and Ilinineii of all kinds told
II parU of tba
wait. Writ to
day describing what you h.T to toil
i11 iv ca,h "r, 00 ,MM-
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Iluslna.s or Real EataU
anywhera, at any price, writ ma your
requirement, I can aava 70a lira, aad
DAVID D. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN
415 E.nu. Aranua.
Py'blan Building, Astoria. Oregon.
Dr. W. 0. IXXJAN
: Co"imor,"ltl St" Hlinnnhm Building
No fee charged un
1 e a collection i
made. We make col
! lections In all parti
of the United Statee,
413 Kanaaa Ave.
ANTHONY P. WILSON, Attorney
Flneei Hotel In the Northwest
J. . GILBAUGH ft CO..
Undertaken and Embalmera,
Phone Mstn till. Cor. 12 and Duane.
I don Sell Your M Wa Mm