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THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1807.
The message of the Olive to man is
Sylmar California Olive Oil has no equal,
The oil contains more nourishment than a pound of
meat because the oil is wholly assimilated with
out taxing the digestive organs.
DONE UP IN PINT AND QUART BOTTLES.
A. V. ALLEN,
Phones 3S71 and 711 Main.
Sale Agents for Baker's Barrington Mal Steel Cut Coffee.
THE ARCH - OUTRAGE!
OF THE SESSION
ASTORIA'S CHAMBER OF COM
MERCE GOES ON RECORD
AGAINST "PORT OF COLUMBIA"
The following correspondence Is en-,
tirely self-explanatory, and will bej
read w'.;b interest since it deals with;
a matter closely affecting every prop- j
erty owner in this county, and should ;
Invoke the instant and unqualified pro- j
test of every man able to say a word i
or a thing, In opposition to the out- j
rage premeditated. The Astorian is(
wide-open for all protests: j
"Astoria, Feb. 9, 1907.
"er, oetyy. f
"Dear Sir-In reply to your letter of.
the th Inst Just received, we have to(
Bay that the County Court and the;
Astoria Progressive Association have.
oDjeciea 10 cue loinmon ci we fori
The Chamber of Commerce has In-j
Btructed the undersigned to object to
Clatsop county being Included In thej
port The Chamber feels that the
Stat of Oreg. r is a m-.-uI a b- lj as
should take charge of the matter of j
pilotage and towage. Portions of j
Washington as well as Idaho are as:
much Interested and it does not seemj
t it. 4 V V J V- 41 1.
xaii iuav lue uururu e.,uulu oe inrown
upon a few.
"We understand from the ship own-
ers In Europe that there will not be ,
many more sail-vessels come to this
port or the coast, as they have given
way to steam.
"We feel further that the main thing
is to get plenty of water on the bar,
and that then matters will regulate
themselves. For these reason we are
unable to assent to the bill proposed.
P.espectfully, JAS. A. WELCH,
"E. R. HIGGIXS, President
"Portland, Ore., Feb. 4, 1907.
"Mr. C. R. Higgins, Sec'y. Astoria
Chamber of Commerce, Astoria, Ore.
"My Dear Sir I have pleasure In in
closing herewith a copy of a bill which
has been prepared by the Rivers, Har
bors & Navigation Committee of the
Portland Chamber of Commerce, and
after a careful scrutiny, taken section
by section, has been approved by the
trustees of the Chamber and referred
to our legislative committee. This
committee directs me to send the bill
to your Chamber of Commerce and
asks that you let us know your opin
ion of it, and in the meantime it will
be held ln committee in the legislature
until all interested have an oppor-
You Can Be Easyl
W. L. Douglas Shoe
They are the Greatest of
In single and double soles, warm and
strong, protecting the feet and health
at the same time. These shoes have
that soft, velvety feeling, and have
that peculiar action making walking a
pleasure. They are gratifying to the
most sensitive feet.
Our Specialty Line
of Loggers Shoes
guarantee satisfaction to the wearer.
No better but a leader of all.
S. A. G1MRE
543 Bond St., opposite Fisher Bros.
U G A N B EZ
be hear!. and particularly
luitty, which l s directly
Interested therein. I hfivt been di-
j reeled by them to take the bill to s?a
! lent for introduction tomorrow, but
i this Is simply to Ret it started through
the regular routine of order.
I "Owing to the exceptionally bad
j towage servico our committee though
It very necessary that this bill be
j prepared and they sincerely hope th;i
i you will take early action and let us
j know at once as the session only con
tinues for a short time.
"I am. Very respectfully yours,
"E. C. GILTNKR,
4) PERSONAL MENTION.
Mrs. J. F. Kindred and Miss Maud
Kindred, of Warrenton, were in the
city yesterday on a shopping expedi
Judge W. E. Burke, of Seaside, spent
tne day here yesterday, on personal
and 8ficla, matters. He returns to his
bailiwick on the noon train today.
fYjmk Scott of Seaside was a bus!
nea visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. S. OpMand returned home
yesterday on the noon express from a
business trip East She was caught
ln tne p.eat 0. R. & X. snow block
ade up the Columbia Valley and Is
grateful for release and glad to be at
honie in the AgtoHa 8un8hlne
Harry w. SnIpen of nwaco WM ,
tnls clty yesterday.
Charley T. Been of Warrenton is In
thJs cUy for a brler sit
j. s. Harvey of Vancouver Is in
thIa clty on busineH.
G. Flashman came in from Ham-
C. C. Hall Is down from Portland on
Mrs. L. Loomls of Warrenton was
in Astoria yesterday.
Chris Olsen, the Chinook trapper, Is
making this city a brief visit.
Mrs. P. R. Coleman and Mrs. P. A.
Tuttle of Chinook, were in Astoria
yesterday on a shopping trip.
E. Alexander of Jewell came to this
city yesterday on business.
Skin Disease of Twenty Years' Stand
I want you to know how much
Chamberlain's Salve has done for me.
It has cured my face of a skin dis
ease of almost twenty years' standing.
I have been treated by several as
smart physicians as we have In this
country and they did me no good, but
two boxes of this salve has cured me.
Mrs. Fannie Griffen, Troy, Ala.
Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by
Frank Hart and leading druggists.
SUNDAY TRAVEL TO PORTLAND
Increases and $2.50 Round Trip Rat.
via A. & C. R. R. is Popular.
Travel from this city to Portland
on Sunday at the low round trip rate
of $2.50 is on the Increase end many
enjoy that day ln the metropolis each
week. This rate will be continued
throughout the winter and the volume
of travel toward Portland every Sun
day would Indicate that the public
appreciates It. 11-8-tf
"Hello Girls." How to be healthy
and happy and be a phone girl. Ring
us up for a package of Holllster's
Rocky Mountain Tea with full par
ticulars. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For
sale by Frank Hart.
Pine Salve Carbolized acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Ecsema, for chapped hands
and Hps, cuts, burns.
Sold by Frank Hart's Drug Store.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
SUNDAY STILL HUNT.
Made by Astoria Police Officers After
Supposed Bold Burglar.
Fred Barker, who resides at 380 17th
street, had the rather unusual expe
rience Sunday night of having his
room invaded by two determined men
with drawn revolvers and receiving no
worse treatment than being presented
with a liberal supply of cigars.
He had taken a quiet stroll around
the house at a late hour, smoking a
cigar and enjoying the pleasant eve
ning. This method of procedure was
regarded as highly suspicious to a
young couple who happened to bo
looking at the moon themselves at
that particular hour and after marking
his stealthy entrance at a rear door,
they fared post haste to Police Com
missioner Martin Foard. That official
heard their tale with dubious ear, but
rang up central over the phone and
asked her to send up a policeman.
Bo it happened that Sergeant
Twombley and Policeman Kauffman
received what they believed to bo a
riot call and made hot haste to the
scene of action,
Kauffman guarded the front entrance
and Sergeant Twombley made a re
connaisance. A light in an upper win
dow attracted his attention and ho
climbed up a tree to look inside. He
saw nothing, but coming down he
lost his hold and came crashing down
on a pile of lumber. Kauffman, hear
ing the noise, came around the cor
ner loaded for burglars. When ex
planations had been made, the two
entered by the rear door and made
their way softly upstairs, with re
volvers drawn. In an upper room they
I WILL ALLOW YOU FROM
3.00 to $10.00
ON MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
' I WILL ALLOW YOU FROM
65 cents to S2.00
ON BOY'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
1-5, 1-4 and 1-3 Reductions on Pants.
1-5, 14 and 1-3 Reductions on Underwear.
1-5, 1-4 and 1-3 reductions on Overshirts.
1-4 reductions on Trunks and Umbrellas.
Mind You These are New Goods Sacrificed,
Astoria's Reliable Clothier and Hatter.
BEHIND EACH ARTICLE IN HIS STORE
came across the "burglar" calmly
reading a paper. What Mr. Darker
thought when he looked up and saw
two big black revolver muzzles aimed
In his direction Is not recorded, but it
Is on record that the officials felt
rafiier slmeplsh the next moment
when they discovered the mistake.
It was Martin Foard's treat, he de
cided, and a liberal supply of cigars
soothed the ruffled feelings of all con
cerned, except, perhaps, his own.
Bee's Laxative Cough tsyrup con
taining Honey and Tar, Is especially
appropriate for children, no opiates or
poisons of any character, conforms to
the conditions of the National Pure
Food and Drug Law, June 30, 1900
For Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. It
expels, Coughs and Colds by gently
moving the bowels. Guaranteed.
Sold by Frank Hart's Drug Store.
Alwayt Remember the Full Name
Ctff$ Cold in OfW Day
Cute Csqp !tt Two .Pays
7 s nntnrortt
TCnrU box, 25c
First National Bank of Astoria
H. B. PARKER,
E. P. PARKER,
First Class In Every Respeot
Free Coach to the House.
Bar and Billiard Room.
Oood Check Restaurant
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
W ... A. XKIAi X I CO,
V L BISHOP. 8eoretar
Designers and Manufacturers oi
2THE LATEdT IMPROVED
Canning Machinery, Marine Engines and Boilers
Complete Cannery Outfits Furnish!.
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sin iiM'' ; S
Good Sample Rooms on Ground Floor
Oregon for Commercial Men.
Nelon Troytr, Vice-Pres. and 8upt
r ASTORIA SAVINGS BANK, Treal
Foot of Fourth Street.