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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1907)
FRIDAY, JUNE it, 1907,
THE MORNING ASTOItlAN, ASTOIUA, OREGON.
IT MAS NO EQUAL
"LOG CABIN FLOUR"
IS THE BKST FOR EVERY NEED
A good hard wheat flour that goes farther
and makes better bread and pastry than
the kind you thought was best. Try a
sack ou your next order.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO.
Th (.tiding Qrooera
TERSE IILES OF THE
Joint Tht Union
(ieorirt Smith, subject of Kins Ed
ward VII. vetenly alKiilhVd hie In
tention of appMng (or cittansblp
An attendant huh down yeterday
from Kalem to taka charge of 01eon
re. ommltted to the ayluro by order
of Judgt Ttcbard.
In tht mutter of tht tlt of I). F.
Von. daed, n order wit mule et
tinH tht Urn for the hearing of the flnsl
mount. George Vo l tn tumtniui.
lor of the tlte,
A Ntw Residence
Mr, Eudelbureh, the contractor, hut
commenced the trtetlun of nw rel
dpiut it the corner of Twelfth end
Jerome. It will be large nd hand
tome structure of twi storle.
I'hlllp It. HnJ.l-.m hi awarded the
contract for bl new reldnce to Axel
johannsen. The houe which U to bt 1
hiidomt structure will bt erected on
Fourteenth between Jvrom tn. I.ex
Ilit examination for wheelman for the
eulomt Imiiirb Patrol recently in
wounred to ttkt plica on June 20th ha
ln potmma to July Sist, Applies
tlon for examination will bt received
up till July 22nd.
During tht pmt two days there hi
been no wwlll of jwdirt court owing
to the ability of ", who wert unfortu
nle enough to lie Incarcerated, to fur-
nlh tlit required amount of bull, let
terdiy two drunks forfeited hall rwther
thin face the court.
William hlileld, who wit serving
term In the county jail for larceny. w
released yesterday, Mr. Shield' nrt
enquiry, when be wit freed, wit n
which wnt the quickest way out of
town. He wa given the mot accurate
Information on thli point gratullloutty.
Suceumbt To Disease
Isaac W. Kill died early yesterday
morning of complication of dice.
the Immediate enit of death being
Itrlght'e Iieae. Kill aticcumlied early
yesterday morning it Seaside. He had
Ixfn working for the 8eakle Lumber
Co., and wnt 30 year of age ami a
member of the National Hospital A
aoriatlnn. The remains will be hipped
to isewburjf, where the deceaseds par-
nts reilde, for Interment. Mr, (iilbangh
nu jir. r., ju. vrawnmi, mi jH-i uu-iun-m
of the National Hospital Atttoclation.
went to Seaside yesterdaw morning to
take cart of tht body and returned oa
tht evening train.
Tbfl Longest Dy
Tomorrow, June Knd, will be the
longest day of tht year. The tun rle
at twenty-two mlnutet after 4 a. m.
and ta t forty mlnutei after aeveni
jut one minute later thin today. And
ifter tomorrow tht dayt will begin to
hoien tgaln fr tht fall, I'ghl When
U tummer coming!
Cherries of Ortfon
They wert brought Into the Atorln
ofllet yeterday thet chcrrlea-and
they came from Mr. J. C. Sutton's or
chard It Mornlngide, near Salem. Just
one epray of them weighed something
over a pound and a half, and the excel
lent fkvor weighed aliout 10 pound In
proportion. They wert certainly mag
nificent fruit, and Mr. 8uttn I to be
heartily congratulated on bl achieve
ment In till line.
Mr. and Mj. J. A. Montgomery of 355
Ihmne utrect. celebrated the 25lh annl
verry of their wedding at their rl
dem yeterday. Mr. and Mr. Mont
gomery were married in the Methodlat
Cliufth In Aitorl nt 25 year ago
and, tiullkt 1 good many other married
folk thee day, have led a happy tnd
contented life over nince. A number of
friend were prent at tht residence
to offer their congratulation, and the
Morning Atorlan the coming luat, offer
it congratulation none tht leu tin
Got OS th Rocka
The tem Kliooner Yotmttt got off
the rwk t 8 o'clmk yterJay even
Ino and it eem ht i quite without
damage. It appear that the accident
wa due to tht faulty vUlon Of the
lookout, who aang out "Red buoy to
MarWrd," Tlila wa a It nhouW be.
However, the red bouy wa a black one
whfc-h wa ai It shouldn't be, and ao
the Yowmite went on the flatrock at
DONE BY DEED.
Kir Rut et al to rred Y. Rrad
ley et al, SV. 14 of SK. 1-4 and
KV. 1-4 ee. 3. XV. 14 ec. 10. T.
7 X., R. W.j HMO acre tl
Hrnioa Pai Invetnient Co. to
Xt. J. and A. F. Henhaw, lot 13,
blm-k 12. llermo Tark 10,
C F. Stafford et ux to 0. W.
I.ounlerry, XW. 1-4 of ee. 20 and
part XE. 14 ec. 27, T. 7 N., R.
Zoe Rldehlgh et al to W. A. Ford,
lt 1. blmk 35. XlcClnrca 3000
Discusses Questions of Vital Im
MAKES BUT SHORT STAY HERE
HERE'S THE P0INT
Vt ttand back of tverythlng we
Mil. If it it not right we will
mikt It right.
Y'ou can't afford to overlook this
modern up-to-datt itore.
, and Vegetables
Received Every Morning Direct
from the Growers
Scholfield, Mattson Co.,
Good Goods and Good Service.
Proposition of Chambet of Commerce to
Construct Seawall and Belt Lint DU
cuMed and It Appears Railroad In
terest Lit In 6am Direction.
I'reaidciit Klliott and hi party ar
rlved at rlealde at a lat hour on Wad
nedy night. They abyed there till
yeaterday morning, and after spending
an hour or 10 in walking round the
town and taking a general eurvey of
condition the party again boarded the
pecial and weU up the road to Oar
hart where, another stop was made for
an hour. After this the special con
tinued Ha Journey to Fort Steven
wbert the govern men t offlcialt took the
parly In band. A trip wa made out
to sea on the Jetty In an observation
car, and tbi proved thoroughly Inter
eoting to tht party. On lb return trip
the special train stopped at the foot of
Twelfth street In Aitorla when Mayor
VI met the president. The Mayor
previously telegraphed an Invitation to
the whole party to take an automobile
trip around the city, Thi however, on
account of President Klllott's pressing
engagements in Portland was impo
ible. The president did however take a
walk along Commercial atreet down to
tht depot when tht train was picked up
again. Whilst In the city President
Elliott took occasion to thank Mayor
Wise on behalf of him'elf and his party
fur the emirteyi ahnwn them and for
the Invitation extended to tliem which
they were unavoidably prevented from
accepting. The general Impression gath
ered from an Interview which was bad
with tht president point to the fact
that hia visit and that of hit brother
officials, thlrU Vice-President Levey and
Oeneral Manager Xutt of tht A. 4 C. R.
mean very much to A'torla. President
Elliott aatd that bt would give tht
closest study possible to the proposition
of tht Astoria Chamber of Commerce to
build a seawall from Tongue Point to
Smith's Point, and to create a commis
sion that will provide both a rlrt-cla
system of public wharves and a belt
railroad around Astoria. The matter
ha not however gone far enough as yet
to annoimee anv definite plan. It will
be the tak of the Chamber of Com
mere and President Hliotfi represen
tatives to evolve thee as aoon now a
possible. If the plans that shall finally
lie aubmitted shall prove acceptable to
railroad interest Involved, the next
question will be the raising of the fund
to insure the the speedy commencement
and conclusion of the work called for.
It Is practically assured by President
Elliott that a aoort a the railroad sys
tem Is completed and In working order
or even before that, when nepitiation
have been ao far completed that the
whole Intended system I in a cut and
dried state to lie proceeded with, As
toria will be prunted the common point
rate and will lie thereby) placed on an
iml footing with any other seaport.
the Astoria terminal will eventually
lie ued for exporting wheat, flour, and
other product abroad, and they will be
brought down the Columbia River all the
way from Spokane. Should all these
great question be finally agrcenblv aolved
Astoria would have no further cause to
object to terminal rates in or out, From
the foregoing it may lie gathered that
the beat interest of Astoria and those
of the railroad would seem to lie most
adroitly, in the same channel.
The presidents special left the citv
lictween one and two o'clock and it was
the intention that they ahould make
all possible speed to Portland. They
utd not nowever make the latter citv
till close on to 5:30.
Come to Astoria's 4th of July Celebration
A Piano Number Free With Each $5 Purchase.
Tv- things mUsingf
In isoor clothes,
Tva, they sadly lack:-, y
vttr.osv care, m marunu,-
Qui LABEL in the bad
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TAt to. kV.
When wc sell you a suit for the first time, we
look into the future. We expect to see you again.
We feel certain that your other suit will come from
this store. We want your confidence. In order to
get it, we give you all-wool fabrics. We give you
clothes that fit and' give you style. In doing this we
are fairly certain of securing your continued patronage
We will please you and increase our business. This
is our policy.
If you are going to buy a suit we will give
the greatest value for your money. If you want a
negligee shirt or a hat; hosiery, underwear or any arti
cle of furnishing, you will find here stylish and exclu
sive designs, at a price not out of the ordinary.
The way to encourage a fine large store is to pat
You cant looH foolish when you wear a Wise Suit.
1 VICTOR OR AN EDISON
Parlors Stoond Floor ovtr Sohoifiild A Mattaon Co.
graph Co., i
TO BE PROSECUTED
INFORMATION FILED IN JUSTICE
COURT BY DEPUTY DISTRICT AT
TORNEY CHARGING B0WLSBY
SPECIAL MEETING OF REGATTA
COMMITTEE CHANGES DATE OF
REGATTA TO SEPTEMBER a, 3, 4;
At the special meeting of the Regatta
Committee in the Chamber of Commerce
rooms last evening, the date of the re
gtta changed from September 5, 6, 7 to
the 2, 3, and 4. The change is the tune
of holding the regatta wa necesary
owing to the fact that the Norwegian
singing societies would be In the city
before the time formerly set by the
committee and a great many of the
singers probably would have left before
the regatta had commenced. At the
citizens' maa meeting In the city hall
some time ago, it was the common opin
ion that the two were to be held at
the same time and it was to concur with
thi idea that the earlier date waa set,
All citizens desiring to attend the
banquet to be given in honor of Vice
President Fairbanks at the Hotel Moore
on Monday evening, July 15, under the
direction of the Chamber of Commerce,
are requested to signify their intention
by calling upon Manager John H. Whyte
in the Odd Fellows' building and sign
ing the list. The number of place at
the banquet la limited and it is urged
that those who intend to be present
should sign up at once.
I properly conspicuous at otto Eund't
elegant report, the Comroorctal, at K
609 00 the atreet of that nam that
The Waldorf Theater.
The Waldorf Theater is still drawing;
tht same crowds that packed the place
on the opening night. Manager Wisej ther account thoroughly for tht flxe
is leaving no stone unturned to provide gpien(ua cusom h enjoy Thaw
the best talent for his performance, that; . ....
money, time and labor can bring to " notWn 1!owed to hl counUc
Astoria. And the people are appreciat-jbut tt beBt and choicest In every do
ing' his effort by giving him fbeir j PMtment of indulgence, and the aer
patronage. The actors have the spirit i vice behind tt all, la the moat pieaatnf
of the tiling and at every matinee and and satisfying In the city,
evening performance they work to the! ' : '
limit and endurance of their powera and a
ability. The small charge of admission j p PrPltTI
is certainly no criterion of the eeneral ICC Vlilll
excellence of the show for it i as good
as any of the higher class bouses which
get a great more than the 10 cents
charged by the Waldorf.
tT Morning Astorian, 60 cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
It makes all the difference In the
world to the convivial man where, and 1
what, he drinks. Most men desire
beauty and cleanliness, and handsome
appointments in the saloon they pat
ronize regularly, at well as the essen
tia pre-requlsitc of genuine wines and
liquors that are served to them. And
these things are so particularly and
Made from Pure Sweet
Cream, 30c. Quart.
25 Cents a Quart
483 Commercial St
An Information has been filed in Jus
life (ioodman's court charging J. H.
liowlsby, who shot and killed Clevc
Jennings with the crime of murder. So,
in spite of the verdict and recommenda
tions of the coroner' jury, it la yet pos
sible that the laws of the United States
may be upheld. Justice may be done
as soon as Deputy District Attorney.
MuCue can got the necessary witnesses
together the -case will proceed jn the
Justice Court. The gathering of the.
witnesses win ne proceeded Willi as
Cosmetics will, ruin the complexion.
There's no beauty practice equal to the
effects of Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tes. It keep the entire body in per
fect health. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents.
A lady customer of our had suffered
with tetter for two or three years. It
got to bad on hep hands that she could
not attend to her household duties. Cms
box of Chamberlain's Salve cured her.
Chamberlain's medicines give splendid
satisfaction In this community. M. H.
Rodney & Co., Almond, Ala- Chamber
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quickly as possible and no time will be Hart nd fading Druggist.
lost in nreaoiitinir the case. Deputy Mo-i 0
Cue sa.v that it would be Impossible to 17 Morning Astorian, 60 cents per
overlook a case of this description. ' month, delivered by carrier, .
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