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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1907)
THURSDAY, APRIL. 18, 1807.
THE MORNING ASTOWAN, ASTOKIA, OREGON.
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I ill unn nvrusirorn lliti tlH(t'-r of tlir-I k ' " "" - wilHwagah
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Is the only can wherein gasoline may be
kept with any degree of safety.
ARE THE BEST ON EARTH'
No Drip, No Leak, wilt draw all the oil
out of the can.
Your money back if you are not satisfied y
See display in show window.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
John Nordstrom manager of llir
City Lumber and Ho company has
reJIglied' hi pimllloii bitcauo of III
hwilih, 1IU resignation taku ffTuct
my Jul, HI NUcoKr In Herman
I'raol .formerly with the Clatsop Mill
Company fur over twyiwy years
Enforo Oregon Lw
TIih Washington luw, or rather the
absence of )l, in rgard to the using
of puree sdncs, In the Coluirihl, river
will not apply to tho Oregon waters.
KMi Warden Von Dusen will Interpret
the Oregon sliitucn and any violator of
the mime will be summarily deaff wlih
regardless of hi Washington license If
via I caught using thin class of not In
fn-ognn water .
MB Of I B
Ordlnnes Signed '
Mayor WIN lat night signed tb
ordinance pa4 by tho council at
Id last miln, also tht bond order
d fr tho payment ofjlalm.
Sundry Lleontf ft
Ch.rl. Oammal, Chl.f of rllr ye
terday turned over to City Treasurer
rmrV the turn of U0t representing
teond quarter un.lry license paid
i BuilnM 8 ion
A regular bualurs meeting of the
W. C, T. U. thl afternoon at I: SO, In
th basement of tho TtnptlMt church.
Important matter oro to come before
K. MlyaJ.. a Japanese of tho bod
lands waa brought In nnd booked en.
a charge of ausplclon by tho police
yesterday, Ho l aald to bo gam
bier nnd badmnn.
fw Multnomah' School
Ml Lllllo H, Cook, of Portland, ar-
rlvd In thin city yesterday, duly no
credited by tho orbooi department ol
Idultnomnb county, to ithr certnln
lndutrlnl, otatlntknl Informntlon, n
to th rommorclol onoriln nnd irfonto
of Aioila nnd flattop county, which
nro to bo UbulaUd and u.. In the
ynttm in connection with a mo of
miliar Informntlon from nil over t.V
t!, In tho now curriculum to bo In
ntltutttd thort. Ml Cook I n bright
nnd nthulnntlc young rprontittlv
id) tn& to ttivt tho lndutrle
horoabout particular nnd fr-rihln
trwitmcnt, and her work cordlnlly
commpndfd to nil who may find It In
their power t contribute to hr
Hchli-vrfnvnt In thl buhalf,
Tha itlmont Eato
Judito Tronchnrd ytr.ly mad an
orde in tho oatoto of tho Into A. J
IMmont, npprovln, and ordorlnj paid,
certain clnlmn ntnlnat tho tnto, In
tho num of 1374.79,
On A Buainota Jaunt
Aiorny nuiiam Lit Font, now a
prominent mombor of tho Portland bar
and onco a wall known cltlwn and
prartloner of thla city, pnt tho day
hor yftrday on mattr of bu!n
and grootlnff old Umo friend. '
Atioard tho John Currier yeaterdny
on of the Jp'n Inborer. bound for
the Alimkun Cnnnarya bwnma volnt
ly Inmno, Shackle wore borrowed
from tho" pullr 'department and he
w rturtiod to BcuttU by Sold Hack
th Chine contrnctor.
Under Chln Title
T'nder the nomewhnt unuaunl title
of the 'Quohb Tltk Un.l Company,
(th firat buint'a venture to carry a
Clilneee ntyle. In thla county,) article
of Inrorpomtlon were (llod yeaterday
at the otrioo of County Clerk Clinton.
In uca behalf,, with Moaar: Jnmo It
Bennett, II. L. Knlaht and Ah norv
n nuonorlnlna ini'Ontnratnra n-t..
(ipllal ntook of the concern I ned at
111,., . I 1 1 . . I a 1 ...
i"y""u, nmi m aivinim mio loo cnarea
or tn par value of 100, oach. Auto
rla I to b tho headquarter of tho
buelne, which will bo a purely real
Juit For Example
The Aatorla Chamber of Commerce
la. of coure, partial to the pre of
A ( in la, nnd limlu on havlns on It
bulnea and reading dnak. timely
cople of every imprint ndW In tht
line; but lately, from Miie unknown
iaue, tho Morning Aatorlan has been
mleelng there with trtllng regularity,
to the dlacomfltur of the officer or
the chamber nnd the confualon of thin
orttce, which hnn overhauled, with no-
verity nnd frequency, every one who
In any manner connected with the
delinquency. Tetrday. the trouble
wa -brought to light, and ther is an
element of fun In It that la worth the
telling, Juat to how that the newp"Por
offlce l not alway to blame for theae
overalghta: The chamber ban a reg
ular Janitor. trutworthy Chinaman,
whose unfamlllarlty with the Eiigllah
luogunge, nnd the potency of a dally
paper In a place Ilka that. Inspired him
to ue th regular edition as ho found
It every morning, to light tho matuti
nal fire with which to mako thing
comfortabls for the day. II had been
In the habit of eelng a collection of
old papers round about there that no
on claimed, and after Messrs. Wbyte
and Kellg camo to make it their dallj
habitat, he went on using the paper an
before, to the distraction of tho two
officer. A simple explanation, and
one that' may b easily duplicated In
other Instances over the city.
Whlppl, in Luck
Tho Tacorua Ledger, of yeslorday
contains the following nllualon to a
bit of luck that has befallen W, H
Whipple, the electric railway lino pro
mow, wiioe Astorlo project went
glimmering last year: "In the case' of
W. W. Whipple, respondent, vs, ID. It
Lee appellant, American Improvement
Investment Co., et at., defendants.
orni-r apointlng a receiver to take
charge of a big tract of Seattle realty
dlspulo, la affirmed.?
There are quite numlwr of well
known Ant oris nn who will not fall to
recall the terrible sensation nnd ex
perience that befell them in the fated
city of Hnn Frmic Iwo, one year ao
this morning, and to look with a touch
of thankfulim at the cood-chanc
that saved them from deih and bitter
loa In tlmt doumful hour, and lo cher
a kindly thought of tho plucky
people taor who hav made such
splendid tight to right th awful con
fusion and destruction of that visits
To Succeed F. J. Carney-
Mr. J. 8. Rogers, of Walla Walla.
Washington, arrived In this city on th
late express last night, under engage
merit with Messrs: Fisher Brother
Company, to take th business man
agement of their groat establishment.
vice Mr. Carney, resigned. Mr. Rod
gers has been In the service of the
Honeyman Hardware Company, at the
Kastern Washington city for the pat
twelve years and la aplenJIdly quail
(led for the post he will take up hero
today. tTio Astoria bouse conidors
Itself very fortunate In having secured
The members of tho High School
team who loft last evening for Eugene
were given a Musing send off by their
achim! mate, a the train pullcj out
The students expressed their good
wlahes In true college style, yells, fire
crackers and all other kinds of peace
disturbers known to the knowledge
seekers, The team leaves with every
member of the High School wishing
their nucoes and they have been dril
led and prepared Jor some time In
hope that they will win, for Astoria.
The tank Is no light one'as the Eu-
gene student are adapt at the art and
have been preparing for some weeks,
all the more glory fur the representu-
ttvn of our High School if they win.
j-N -TjgZhf j PePle n All WalKs
rmi 0fLife ' 'i,
jp'' V CanDC8u5ted here at all
rNSJf times. The prices of our
C-SjU Groceries are always mod-
' j-icm.- I erate and the quality of our
( aTOods are so well known
..... i ley require no comment.
T ' Scholfieljl, Mattson & Co,
'h I, t,,3g;,Sov Successors to Johnson Bros
' For a
VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Johnson Phonograph Co.,
S Parlor Seoond Floor ovr Soholfleld A Mattaon Co.
At The Thtr
The Howard-Dorset Stock Company
last evening repeated their comedY
euccesa. Phrlstnnh.r r u
r . . i. .
veil received by the largo number of
Atorlans present. The Company by
Its excellent work la making many
frlencU and their work here will bo
genuine pleasure to the people nnd to
themaelves. Miss Howard the win
some loading lady has won her way
Into tho hearts of the theatre goers
and by her swoet sympathetic manner
Is deserving of the applause, that Is
Justly hers. She has expressed her
delight at being 'given the opportunity
of performing before tho reponslve
Astorlans and hopes that she may be
fortunate enough to have the pleasure
another year. The Compuny will fin
ish out the' week at the Astoria.
Sohool Board Meeting '
An adjourned meeting of tho Board
of Director of School Dlst. No.l. was
hold at the Astoria National Bank a
2:30 o'clock P. M. yesterday.
Those present were J. E. Higglns,
Chairman, Q. Holmes, J, A. Eakln,
James W. Welch, and F. J. Taylor of
the Board, and A. L, Clark, Supi. and
The Chairman of the Board was
authorised to purchase Lot 4, Block
19, Adalrs Port of Upper Astoria and
that a warrant be drawn on the gen
eral fund for the purchase of the above
lOt, ! .
He was also . Instructed , to have
the abstract to the above named pro
perty prepared and to refer same to1
T, A. Eakln to be passed upon as at
torney for the Board. . i
The petition presented by the pup-
The Seed of Prosperity.,
Supposing every man in a community was sl5venly and un
tidy, what kind of a city would grow up there?
, It may be the very natural desire to be in the lead that
prompts the more progressive element to forge ahead. ..
'Is it not a laudable ambition , . -
Fpr vSmith to Say:
"I Built the Finest House in Oregon, Here"
For Jones to Say:
"I Raise the Finest Stock in Oregon, Here"
For Brown to iSa:
'We have the Loveliest Women in Oregon,
Is to have the "Most Up-to-date" Clothing
Establishment in Oregon, here in Astoria.
Let those who are built the wrong way criticise.
If I but show accomplishments; If I but meet ; with half the
success I deserve I shall be content, and
It won't hurt the town any if strangers talk everywhere about
si oi in
" lest" Things
BEHIND EACH ARTICLE SOLD IN HIS STORE
lis of the schools asking for a vacation
on the Monday and Tuesday proceed
ing the County Teachers, Institute,
was granted, ,
The resignation of Miss. Laura Fas.
tabend was accepted.
Tho Clerk was Instructed to notify
the teaohors that all who wished to be
considered for re-election should place
their application with the Clerk by
DONE BY DEED. 0
United States to I. Crawford,
158 acres, 5-6-W., ,
M. C, Mager to Nehalem Invest
ment Co., 169 S-4 acres, In 6-7-W
.. , wo
C. C. Munson to Nehalem In
vestment Co., 120 acres 6-7
L. Stiles to Nehalem Investment
Co., 166 acres 6-7-W 10
Ell (Justin and wife to Chrbj 01-
sen, iota i8-i mock Sp, Up
per Astoria g
J. M, Henry to Wm. Kenney,
lota 19-20-21-23, block 47 Seal
Rock Beach . 125
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The demand for this style
of footwear prWisesto be
greater this season than ever
before. Either patent, kid
or tan are correct for leathers
The shoe, that is bought
from us is certain to be cor
rect in style. We have them
in all leathers, styles and
;! Wherity, Ralston & Company ;
Astoria s Best Shoe Store