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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1907)
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1907.
Some at One-Half
Some at One-Third
Some at One-Fourth
Three Locally Known Vessels
Off Regular Prices J
HONG KONG AS FLOUR CENTER
THE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTGMA, OHEGON
Our great annual summer clearance sale commences today. The bsUnce
of ell our stock of summer goods has been marked down to goodby
prices. ; ;
v SPECIAL VALUES IN MILLINERY
SPECIAL VALUES III LADIES' TAILORED SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SILK SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' WHITE WASH SUITS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' WAISTS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SKIRTS
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' COATS AND JACKETS
Everything goe st specisl price from JS to 80 per cent off its origins!
value. Nothing reserved. Buy bow sad svs money. Everything
In the stors Is new snd up-to-dste.
I At Jaloff s
LATEST NEWS OF
NORTHLAND, LUMBER LADEN
NEW DRUG STORE INSTALLED
COMING AND GOING OF PROMI
NENT PEOPLE PERSONALS, ETC
WARREXTOX, Or June 20.-A.
Pagunen has sdded to his boarding es
tablishment, s regular Russian bath.
Apart from his boarder, there are s
number of other persons who have
svailed themselves of the healthy privi
The steamer Northland cleared from
Flavel dock yesterday with 260,000 feet
of lumber, shipped by the Old Oregon
Mills, Warrenton, to San Francisco.
Dr. Linton, in addition to his pro
fession with the inclusion of an exten
sive stock of drugs, has alo entered
into the millinery, candy, ice cream,
cigar, novelty snd other departments.
He st also shown his skill as a sign
writer by doing his own work in that
line. The query is "What next?"
The Mioses Town send and Miss Evs
Parker left here yesterday morning to
attend the rose carnival at Portland.
V. Hugo Coffey and wife returned
from Seaside last evening. They were
down at the resort looking after their
real estate there snd studying other
Mis Hess, the Skipanon school mis
tress, returned home Wednesday noon
from a visit to friends inland.
Cfiamcenain's Ceu$ Rerr.edy
Cures CoULm, Cicup ad Whcopun: Cough.
jfijtyfa Fourth of July,
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We Carry Flags from 10c. to 120.00
and Decorations of All Kinds.
SVBNSON'S BOOK STORE.
istk and Commercial Sta, Near Foard It
Ton know that there are colors
indicate happiness but do you ever
maae saa or giaa Because 01 mo coiorsi
You know that children and flowers thrive best in
the sunshine. Why not have more sunshine in your
own home, then why not let us show you how to get
it in the walls by using
t 'AT fir. J m 1 1 VflW
iy mi x lit . avw
120 llth Street i
9 PERSONAL MENTION.
Mr. W. F. McGregor nd Mr. Frank
Paton oaid s visit to the Sorenson Log-
ging Company's camp at Svenon yea-
Captain and Mrs. James Tatton, Mrs.
f A Gardiuee snd Mrs. J. A. C.ilbauuh
went to Portland on yesterday evening't
J. It Walker of Oregon City was a
miest at the Occident yesterday.
C M. Whitney of San Francisco Is
registered at the Occident.
F. H Madison, the local reprenta
tire of the Pennsylvania Railroad who
ha offices in Portland was in the city
Judne J. Q. A. Bowlbv was 111 Fort-
land yesterday but is expected back
Mrs. M. A. Swope returned yesterdsy
from a ten-da v visit in Seattle.
Mayor A. C. Miller of Seaside was in
town yesterday. The Mayor was looking
up a rock crushing machine for use st
Sesside in preparing the material for
E. A. Keseb of Portland was regis
tered at the Merwvn yesterday.
George E. Fish came in on the noon
train from Portland yesterday.
J. A. Bucklin of Chicago registered
at the Merwyn yesterday noon.
Mr. Vance of Tonirue Point was a
passenger" on the steamer Washington
The National Hospital Association
have moved their office over the Danzi
ger store,' corner of Eleventh and Com
0 21 3t.
The next dates of sale for special
excursion tkkets to eastern points are
July 3rd, 4th, 5th. Make your reserva
tions now. Apply at the local office
for full particulars regarding rates, stop
overs, routes, etc.
"You Want Fire Works to Cel
ebrate at Home.
We carry a big stock of fireworks and can
supply your wants, big and small,
at lowest prices.
which signify sadness, others which
stop to think how often people are
Sanitary - Wall Coating
Bv haviner vour walls decorated
with Alabastine you will make
them more artistic, more dur
able, more sanitary, and will
make your home a more cheer
ful place to live in. Let us show
you how easy and economical
Alabastine is, and how the dif
ferent tints and stenciled de
signs can be combined to pro
duce "exactly uie eneci
you want." '
We will prove to yon that Alaba.
Is sanerlnr tnavenr other whII pot.
erUig, 11 you will give us an opportunity.
ALLEN WALL PAPER &
Steam Schooner Yosemit Goes On the
Racks Near Humes Mill Over tht
Sams Spot As the Old Silvia ds G raise
Wreck Other Motes of Local Interest
SAX FRAXC1SCO, June W. The Ave
masted schooner Loul which went
ashore at Franeoni Beach on the Wt
sidebf the Farallooe Ulamla yterday
morning during a dn fog broke up at
i o'clock this morning. The vessel ami
her cargo of lumber will be a total loss.
Mor wheat and lea flour, will I
sent from the Pacific Coast to the
Orient next year, say officers of the
steamship Arabia who think the new
Rennie mill at Hong Kong will supply
much of the home trade. For a time
thev say it will grind American wheat
Later the owner will try to get hi
grain from Manchuria.
On the way to the Columbia the Ar
abi took 230 barrels of flour from the
new mill to Kobe. Japan. Larger orders
will soon he filled, it is declared, and
trade from this eoat reduced propor
Many United State warships ... were
sighted by the Arabia In Far Kastern
water. The west Virginia ana two
other four-funneled cruisers, whose
names are not learned were seen at
Kobe. At Yokohama there were two
battleships flying the stars and stripes.
The Arabia's officers presumed the
craft were simply on their regular
People who Bsve been at Seaside re
eently say the coaster sre running
closer to the ahore this season than lor
merly making it possible for men on
shore aluut to recognizee passengers on
The warship bound for the Columbia
also steamed close to the shore and
proved a welcome spectacle to the people
at the bench. On the same day me
steamer Costa Rks, Vosburg. Daunt
les and Alliance phased by, and were in
hailing distance. They were so close
that they could essily be recogniaeii.
When the weather li foggy, or thick
from other can, however, it Is Said
the coaster stand farther off ehore.
The steamer Yoemite arrived up the
river about 9 o'clock Wednesday night
from San Francisco. The vessel ran tip
the river making for Hume' Mill with
out a pilot, and the -consequence was
she ran aground on s reef and right on
top of the wreck of the old trench ablp
the Silvia de (".rae. What cargo the
vessel had was being lightened from
her yesterdsy, but she remained hard
and fast all day. Captain Larkins of
the Lurline said that she appealed to
have a considerable bump in her as
though she were "badly filled. It Is
hoped however that she would come off
without much damage at high tide lnt
The steamer Melville Dollir crossed
the bar at 2:20 yesterday. She tied up
at the foot of Eighth street and dis
charged water ballast while waiting for
her pilot. The Melville Dollar came up
from Frisco and called in at Tillamook
on the wy. There she took on a por
tion of a lumber) cargo. This is ber
first voyage up the Columbia. .She came
from the Orient to San Francisco and
had a splendid passage across. The Mel
ville Dollar will proceed to Stella to load
The British steamship Tottenham,
Captain Mann, which sailed from the
Columbia, May 25, with a cargo of lum
ber shipped by the Pacific Export Com
pany, arrived at Kobe, Japan, yesterday
morning. She reports that she is badly
disabled, having struck a rock off the
Japanese coast. She is lesking badly
and 14 01 ber plates sre broken in. She
will go in drydock for repair at Kobe.
The steamshin Costs Rica en me tnm
r - - - -
yesterday and proceeded to sea on her
voyage to San Francisco. 8he hod a big
load of freight and a number of pas
sengers. The steamer Lurline will sell excursion
tickets today on account of the rose
carnival at Portland for $2.00 round
trip, return limit June 24th. Signed,
G. B. Blessing, agent.
The steamer Lurline was down yes
terday about 6 o'clock. Hlie took on
1200 cases of salmon at Altoona to be
discharged at Kalama.
The four-masted schooner Xukomis
after loading 645,000 feet of lumber' at
Stella went to sea yesterday, bound for
The British steamer Rtrathyre ""left.
Linnton yesterday at 1 o'clock and was
expected to go out on last night's tide.
The British steamer AstSt m
pected down last evening. 8he has been
loading lumber up the river for China.
OUR HAT SPECIAL
in which tne profit is yours. A nobby line of
$3.50 Hats for $2.50
SEE OUR WEST WINDOW
The Kalibia put on 9(10.000 feet of
lumber at Hume' Mill and went on up
the river to complete yeaterjay evening.
The Sue il. Elmore came in yesterday
afternoon, rjhe sails again Friday.
The steam schooner Washington went
out about 3 o'clock this morning.
The oil tank Asuncion came up the
river about 7 o'clock yesterday evening
from San Francisco.
JDKY LACKS JURISDICTION.
SAX FIUXC1SCO, June 20.-Vhen
the case of Chief of Police Oinan. ac
cused by the grand Jury of malfeasance
in office, wa called beiore ju.ige ea
wall today, Attorney Coghlan, on liehalf
of the Chief, presented an answer to the
accusation to the effect that the grand
jury lacked jtirlsilictlon. Uinan s con
tention Is that the crrlevance. if anv
exists, should be heard before the Board
of Police Commissioners. Coghlan pre
sented an extended argument in sup
port of the answer. Assistant Attorney
Harrison argued thi afternoon and the
case was submitted.
If you would enjoy tomorrow take
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
ids tonlirht, dear the bead and elesnse
the stomach. Price, 28 cents. Samples
free at Frank Hart and Leading Drug
The steamer Lurline will sell excur
sion tickets the next two days on ac
count of the Ross Carnival at Portland,
for $2.00 round trip, return limit June
24. (Signed), 0, B. Blessing, agent.
The Liberty Bell Social Club will give
another dance at Logan's Hall Satur
day evening, June 22. Everybody come.
Oliver typewriters and automatic
stenographers at A, ft. Cyrus, 4Z
Commercial street. ti
Columbia and Victor graphophones
and latest records at 424 Commercial
street A. R. Cyrus, tf.
Any man who wears t
Hart, SchalTner & Marx
Suit will get the verdict
of being perfectly dressed
READY TO WEAR. ALL
WOOL AND CORRECT IN
STYLE AND FIT.
Panama bat cleaned and blocked.
Leave them with Dell Bkully.
Subscribe for the Dally or Weekly
Astorlan and get a Oraphophone on
small weekly payments. Call on A. R.
Cyrus, I4 Commercial street for par
ticulars. If a man knows anything of fats own
anatomy he must be aware that bis
stomach Is a magnificent organ and
entitled to the utmost consideration;
knowing that be will eat at the Palaos
when be can conserve Its safety and
comfort, by eating only the best
cooked, best served and moat eompea.
sating meal In the city of Astoria,
day, ornlght, It Is always the same,
and the Palace bablt tat one that pays
to acquire. Arthur Smlta la a mas
ter of the art of preparation and ser
vice, of all thing a edible.
Hug filler and bird cages now In.
The secret of making good picture
Is In having the best material! to
work with. Hart's drug store have
Just received a fresh supply of Alms
and film-packs, so get In the game
and do It right
.1.1,11. .i. ... i i
High Grade Groceries
Most people want Quality as well as
Prices. You can buy at our store, at the
Lowest Prices, all , kinds, of Grocer
ies, also get the Quality. " ' "
521 Commercial Street
Phone Main .681
- rer Th Little People,
Every parent In this city should In
vestigate, at once, the new and ap
preciable shoe for the youngsters, at
Charles V. Brown's Commercial s trees
house. They ar oalled th "B. C
Bouffar" and ar th very epitome of
good wear and real comfort They
ar going Ilk wUd-fr and th kid
themselves are after them because
they look so "comfy."
8avs Your Slip
Whether you buy 10 cents or dol
lar worth In Wise's clothing (tore.
sav your slips, and when you hav IS
worth you get a Piano number free.
Be sure and ask for your number for
th next dance and Piano contest for
Dr.. J, A. Fulton has moved his office
from th Star theater building to th
new Astoria Savings Bank building, Jrd
floor, whirs hs will be found from nw
Dr. 0. B. Estes ba moved bis offices
from 486 Commercial street to th new
Astoria Savings Bank building, 3rd
floor, where he will be found from now