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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1907)
SUNDAY, MAY tfl, 1907.
MEETING OF GRAND
'LODGE 1. 0. 0. F.
THE MORNING ASTOHIAN, ASTOIUA, OIIEGON.
Trimmed Millinery 1
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Our Millinery Store is a veritable art gallery
where the best products of the world's best
Milliners pass in review, to be admired and
bought by style-loving women. Every hat
has an individuality of its own. If you buy
your new hat here you need not fear to meet
to meet wish duplicates on every street corner
Embracing a very superb lot of beautiful
hats the newest of the new richly trimmed
and exquisitely finished
120 11th Street i
MEETING HELD AT LA GRANDE
; DELEGATES TREATED ROYALLY
i BY THE CITIZENS -IMPORTANT
; AMENDMENTS WERE ADOPTED.
of which come from the Eaatem States,
Closelv followinir her will be the
Vrabje, wJjjvfc on the outward trip will
f, ... m wm for Hongkong wr 8W.9?t
v ..... i full cargo of flour. Amioel Invariably
the freighter of thih line haw been
London Buys Canned Goods for stopping at way ports. The Arbu win
South Africa. i tke out bout 80,000 barr1 of flour'
all for one importing firm in Hongkong.
""""""""" " J London is buying good in Oregon for
shipment to South Africa and having
LILLEBONNE ARRIVES SAFE them forwarded from here. Sever torn
' of canned goods will be taken to Hong
.ikong by the Oriental liner Kumantia,
j wbeduled to il aest inooth, and from
Two Schooner. Out and Two in Together tbere sent by anotber line to Durban,
wsi. .,!. of Steamtri Helo to Space wa reserved thi. owning. The
Liven Up Matter, On the Waterfront , 00 WDftiKument '
a ion w iiumjNuiijf uu wu
there to Durban.
Other Marine Notes.
The little three-masted schooner Lil
lebonne arrived in the river yesterday
morning. She has been expected for
some time and vras awaited rather anx
iously. The schooner left Manila on
March 7th, so consequently was 79 days
making the passage which is to say the
least a good deal more than the aver
age. Captain Johnson says that although
no startling incidents of any kind oc
curred on the voyage, still there were a
lot of little things constantly happen
ing which contributed to delay. The
ship encountered typhoons in the China
Sea and in her condition she was in no
case to take them as they came, and
make the best of them, but, in the ex
pre'sive language of the captain, "She
had to be nurfeed through them like a
sick child." Four years in the coastwise
trade of the Philippines is not
conducive to the best up-keep and
condition of any vessel, and, like the
rest, the IJUebonne suffered from lack
of proper attention, proper repairs and
soforth. There are no skilled ship car
penters or caulkers or repair men of any
kind in the Islands. Then an entirely
native crew, none of whom had made
an ocean voyage, was not helpful to
the best results. However, the little
schooner weathered everything and nil
that she lost was a goat. Her jibboom
went in one storm, but that did not
phase Captain Johnson. What troubled
him most was that he was the only man
who could speak English on the ship,
ami that he ran short of tobacco except
Manila cigars 1 The captain reports
great activity in Manila, business is
brUk, and there ia lots of work notably
on the government dock conitnuUofl.
The Lillebonne is owned by F. It Har
rison A Company, of Portland. She is
the only boat they own and is reported
to be tfor sale. She brought no cargo,
except one writing desk, billed to the
Pacific Lumber Exporting Company of
Portland; the rest was ballast
The Kumantia is due to arrive from
the Orient next Thursday. Aside from
a big amount of flour, she will take out
much general freight, the major portion
It is reported by Captain Johnson of
the Lillebonne which arrived in the
river yesterday that the gasoline
schooner Anita, which used to ply in
Astorian waters four years ago, is now
enjraged in the coastwise trade in the
The steamer Lurline has made ex
cellent time during the past week and
last night was tied up at 6:15. She got
away shortly after 7.
The schooner Alvina, with 938,000
feet erf lumber loaded at Goble was
towed down the river yesterday, hound
The four-masted schooner Muriel an
chored opposite the "K" Line dock last
night, lumber-laden and ready for sea.
The two-masted schooner Lutetia was
lying in th stream last night. She is
bound for Frisco when ready for sea.
The steam schooner Evie unloaded a
cargo of cheese at the O. R. X. dock
yesterday. She was in from Tillamook.
The lighthouse tender Heather ar
rived back in the river yesterday after
noon from ber trip to the Sound.
The Telegraph took number of pas
sengers to Portland yesterday, but no
great quantity of freight. '
The tugs Wallula of Portland and
Tatoosh of Seattle tied up at the O. R.
& X. dock yeaterday afternoon.
The steamship Hyades passed out
early yesterday morning for Frisco.
The W. S. Porter oil tank went up
the river yesterday to Portland.
For the next 10 days I will sell my
entire stock of" high-grade hats at one.
half reduced price. This la the beat
opportunity In the city to procure) an
up-to-date stylish bat Call and look
at the stock. Mrs. M. Petersen, Star
Theater Bid., Eleventh and Commer
Beautify Your Lawns
By Using oyr Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers
Garden Hose (Cotton and Sun Proof Rubber)
Rakes, Hoes, Shovels and Spades
Grass Hooks and Sprays.
A. V. ALLEN.
. MAIN 711, MAIN 5871
PHONE MAIN 71S
' City Auditor Anderson ha returned
from attending the grand lodge of the
,1. O. O. F, of Oregon, t U Omnde,
'where he was appointed chairman of
the committee on finance for the sea
, sion. The city auditor brings the news
. that the meeting just held ww the uioit
successful and enjoyable of any during
the past nine years that he hat at
tended the grand lodge a a delegate.
The gain of the order during the past
year ia the largest in the history of
the lodge. Severn! important amend
nieuts to the constitution were adopted
among which was the reduvtiou of rep
rewntation, hereafter there will be at
lowed oue delegate for the chapter and
one for every full fifty members, eliutl
nating the fractions ae allowed before.
An amendment was also passed prohib
iting any public dances being given un
der the auspices of the Odd Fellows. The
next meeting of the grand lodge will be
Mr. Anderson had many pleasant
things to My of the treatment received
and of the City of .L. Grande. Among
the things he noticed was the character
of the building. La Grande has a fire
limit and within thi limit no wooden
buildings are permitted to be erected,
consequently the city has many line
substantial brick and tone buildings.
Alo that La Grande wae becoming the
center of a great Mormon colony who
are buying up available land and are
developing the beet sugar industry
establishing sawmills and other Indus
tries. James W. Welch, Astoria's other dele
gate, did not return with the city audi
tor, the Grande Rono Valley. being
Mrs. Welch's old home, they decided
to remain for a day or two and will
probably return on Tuesday.
DONE BY DEED.
Bill of sales C. E. Linton' to the
Columbia Drug Co., Stock, goods
and fixture .1000
Quit claim, K. Osteven et nx to
Mrs. M. E. Larsen, 8 1-2 of XW.
1-4 of XE. 1-4; a 12 of XE. 14 of
XW. 14, sec, 11, T. 8 X., R. 7 W
40 acre' and a trail in sec. 11, T.
8 X R 7 Wj 30.34 acres
TJ. S. to Olof Forsberg, X. 12 of
XE. 1-4 of SE. 14 of the XE. 1-4
and the XE. 1-4 tf the SE. 1-4 of
sec. 24, T. 6 X, R. 6 W -
Olof Frosberg et u to Detroit
Trust Co., same property as above. .
Jas. M. Cromwell et ux to Grand
Rapids-Oregon Lumber Co., SE. 1-4
sec. 34, T. 5 X R. 8 W
THEODORE TILT0N DIES.
Passed Away In Paris Yesterday After
PARIS, May 23.-Theodore Tllton
died in this city this afternoon. He
was unconscious (for hours before he
passed away. Tilton's last illness was
very brief, last Wednesday he took his
customary walk, and when he returned
mounted five flights of stairs to the
apartment of Miss Fuller, where he re
sides, be then complained of fatigue and
went to bed. A physician diagnosed
his illness s pneumonia.
- No definite arrangements, regarding
the funeral have as yet been made ex
cept the service to be held Monday in
the American church. Tilton's children
are in America and will decide whether
hit body will be shipped to the United
States or not
V Morning Astorian, CO cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
Mr. Eleo, the well known Bond-street
merchant will be forced to leave bis
present location on June 1. A new build
ing will be erected on the site of the
present structure. Mr. Eleo has made
arrangements to occupy new quarter
at the corner of Bond and Tenth streets,
one door below the Astoria Restaurant,
and will open them after June 1st with
an entirely new stock of imported goods
and it will be advisable for all good
Astorian to pay him a visit if they
wish the latest and freshest of new
CASTOR I A
For JslaztM and Children.
Tli Kind Yon Han Always Boagbl
That wc are the Exclusive Agents for
Hart, Schafiher Q Marx
That they are All Wool that every suit is Guaran.
teed that they are the best on ; the Market that
you can not get any better,
We have a very strong line of Summer Un
01 per Suit, Up
Copyright 1907 by
Hart Schafner & Marx
We not alone show the best styles bnt we have
the best goods. Sole Agents for
. CLEARANCE SALE.
For the next 10 days I will sell my
entire etock of hljrh-rrads millinery.
Trimmed and umrlmmed shapes,
plume, feather, flowers all at one
half price. Call and took at the stock.
Mr. M. Petersen, Btar Theater Bid.,
Eleventh and Commercial streets.
1 ium,..u- wigij.1 ivmjjL. .mill nmmmw
Wanted to buy a bouse and lot.
Must be in good location. AdJre
M, this office.
Rug filler and bird cages now in.
Hildebrand A Oor.
Tanama hat cleaned and blocked.
I-08 ve them with Dell Skully.
CoiumU and Victor graphophonea
and latest record at 424 Commercial
street A. It Cyrus. tf.
Tagg's Parlors 483 Commercial
Oliver typewriter and automatic
stenographer at A. ft Cyrus, 424
Commercial street tf.
fi.ll a Scully, Notary Public, at
Scully Cigar Store. Any old kourl
The Nickelodeon will 'tort the week
with an entirely new series of pictures.
The entertainment will be entirely clean
and wholesome and wili be eminently
suitable for ladies and children and one
can see the whole of it for 8 cents. The
first series will depict a trip to Niagara
giving an inimitable view of the ravish
ing fall scenery. Another set of view
is entitled "A Leon in Skating." The
whole business is clever fresh and up-to-date,
and, remember, it costs only
WALDORF CONCERT HALL.
There i sn excellent Cinemetograph
exhibition at the Wsldoi-f Concert Hall
just now. The first series of pictures
show some very interesting features of
Japanese life depicting amongit other
things the curious methods the Japs
have of doing their hair, soma quaint
skirt dancing, and many othnr effects.
The next series show the difficulties
snd amu'ing incidents which beset a
couple who desirous of changing their
lodgings set out in search of a new
habitation. The scene are most laugh
able and the many miahaps which be
fate the couple are excruciatingly
funny until the pair resolve to return
to their old borne. This exhibition is
well worth seeing.
IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
It make all the difference In tbe
world to the convivial man where, and
what be drink. Most men desire
beauty and cleanliness, and handsome
ippolntment In the saloon they pat
-onlze regularly, aa well ai the essen
tial prerequisite of gennlne wine and
liquor that are served to fasra, And
these thing are so particularly and
properly conspicuous at Otto Bund'
elegant resort, the Commercial, at No.
SOI on the atreet of that nam that
they account thoroughly for the fixed
and splendid cusom he enjoy. There
I nothing allowed to jaa hi counter
but tha beat and choicest In every de
partment of Indulgence, and the ser
vice behind It all, I the most pleasing
and satisfying In tha city.
Subscribe for the Daily or Weekly
Astorian and get a Oraphophone on
mall weekly payment. Call on A. R.
Cyrus, 424 Commercial street for particular.
Th secret of making good pictures
1 in having the best material t
work with. Hart's drug atore have
Just received a fresh supply of film
and fllm-packa, o get In th gam?
and do It right
Far The Little People,
Every parent In this city ahould In
vestigate, t once, the Beer and ap
preciable aboe for th youngster, at
Gharlee V. Brown' Commercial tret
house. They are called the "& C.
ScufTcr" and are th very epitome ot
good wear and real comfort Ther
are folng like wlld-fre and the kd
themselves are after them because.
they look so "comfy."
If a man know anything of hi ewts
anatomy he must be aware that bla
stomach la a mamtfleent organ and
entitled to the utmost consideration;
knowing that he will eat at the Palae
when he can conserve it aafety and
comfort by eating only tha best
cooked, beat served and moat compen
sating meal In th city of Astoria,
day, ornlght, lt br a) way the aane,
and the Falace habit Ur on that par
to aoqulre. Arthur Bmltfc t a mas
ter of the art of preparation and ser
vice, of all thing edible.
For your watch and clock repairing!
go to Frank J. Donnerberg the reliable)
jeweler, 110-11 street
Qe to A. D. Craig for your tuti
awning and all kind of canva wwfc
12th and Bxchangc. tf ;
Before You Get Hungry
Come and see us, We have all kinds of good
things to eat. All Fruits and Vegetables in
season. Just received a very large shipment of
Spices and Extracts in small packages.
521 iComtnercial Street
Phone Main f81