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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1907)
FRIDAY, JUNK u, i,
Timely Suggestions to Fanners
Stodlmen and Poultrymen
USE THESE FEW PREVENTATIVES.
And keep your stock In a healthy and
STOCK FOOD, POULTRY TONIC, HEAVE POWDER, STOCK TONIC,
LICE KILLER, FLY KNOCKER, AND SPRAYERS.
WE HAVE THEM ALL.
THE MORNING ASTOItlAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
A. V. ALLEN.
Sole Agents for the Celebrated B&rrington Hall
Steel Cut Coffee, pound 40cts.
PHSES BRANCH UNIUNIUWn
MAIN 711, MAIN SSTI rnwrs. wumr in
Unknown Vessel at Mercy
ITS IDENTITY IS UNKNOWN
Point Reyci Life-Saving Statioa Sights
Vessel Sending Up Rockets As Dis
tress Signals Tugs Leara San Fran
cisco To Aid Unknown Boat
fenred to San Salvdor, when Mr. Jenk
ins has been Rationed since 119. The
appointment of Perdval Dodge t pres
ent secretary of the American enibay
at Tokio, Japan, to Ml the new post of
minister to Guatemala, leovea a taeaney
at Tokio, which will probably be filled
by the transfer of Peter Augustus Jay
from the- American embassy at Con
stantinople. This chang in turn will
afford an opportunity for the State De
partment to reward Philip M. Brown, at
present secretary of (be American legs
tioa at Guatemala and Honduras, for
j services rendered in bringing about the
termination of the war between Salv
dor and Nicaragua.
BULLETTST: SAN FRANCISCO,
June 2ft. Displaying distress signals,
and apparently at the mercy of heavy
seas, a large unknown passenger steam-
shin was reported at a late hour last
CHURCH PRESS AGENT.
Novel Us of Telephone in Getting Peo
ple to Attend Church.
Brooklyn, June 20. Telephone bells
tinkled merrily in the Bedford section
Saturday- morning and householders upon
lifting the receivers of their phones
were surprised to hesr this question
night off Point Keyes. "- you going to tne Keiormea r-pi-
The plight of the vessel was first-seen copal Church of the Reconciliation, No
ire the natrol off Point Reves Life Sa- strsnd and Jefferson avenuea Sunday
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fine station. He sent word to Olema
and a telephone communication asking
for immediate aid was sent to this city.
Towboata were Quickly started on the
mission of mercy.
When the vessel was sighted she wss
only about five miles southwest of
Point Reyes light, about 30 miles north
f this port and the heavy seas were
steadily carrying her toward the rocky
The vessel was sending up rockets
and apparently is in great need of aid.
It is impossible to learn the identity
of the veseL
The only passenger steamer due here
from the North is the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company's steamship, City
f Puebla, from Pueet Sound. This
vessel is scheduled to arrive this morn
VESSEL IS SANTA BARBARA.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20-The Mer
chants' Exchange has received word that
the steam schooner Santa Barbara broke
aer propeller shaft off Point Reyes yes
terday afternoon and is lying off the
point in a disabled condition. Tugs
have been sent to make repairs. The
schooner is owned by the J. R. Hanify
Company of this city and left here Sat
urday for Seattle carrying passengers
Appointment of Percy Dodge As New
Minister Causes Shifts.
Generally this question was met by
another this time from the household
er, who asked to know who was speak
"This is one of the members of the
church,' waa the reply, "and we are to
have big services there Sunday. In
the morning the rector, the Rev. Charles
H. Coon, has a subject of especial in
terest to all In the evening not only
will he preach, but there will be a
splendid musical service at which the
Quincy Ladies' quartet will be heard."
"Well, of all things," was the general
comment of householders. "Why I
never heard of such a plsn to get people
"Thank you for your attention,
madam," the chureh member added,
politely, before proceeding to astonish
ome other residents of the Bedford sec
tion, and then added: "You will hear
of some other strange things soon, for
we are planning a novel crusade. Goodbye."
Glass and Calhoun's Attorneys
Claim Indictments Are Void.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20.-The at
torneys for Patrick Calhoun and his
associates in the trolley franchise brib
ery and the attorneys for Louise Glsss
of the Pacific States Telephone Com
pany, today disclosed the ground on
which they will fight the indictments.
They will contend that the superior
judges prepared the iurv list before the
naonuuiw, June w. reeling, fire and delivered the list to the county
that his usefulness as American consul! clerk. This list was destroyed in the
at San Salvador has been impaired, the fire before the proceedings were record
State Department has decided to find! ed. It is now claimed that because the
another post for John Jenkins. This record was not restored before the im-
ollice became embroiled in the quarrel panelment of the present irrand iurv.
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bam- that the body nan no existence in law
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Now is the Time.
Don't Put it Off.
forrrct Cothcs forMcn
MADE IN NEW YORK
Just a few days more will wind up the I
greatest clothing event ever
held in Astoria.
lust to remind you we are selling all !
Mens Clothing 1-6 off.
Boys Clothing I off. A
Raincoats 1-5 off.
Mens and Boys Pants 1-6 off.
Wool Sox, 2 pairs .25 cts.
Panama Hats $5.00.
WE WILL MOVE SOON, BETTER CALL SOON.
Will Move to 557 Commercial Street Soon
THIEF'S CARELESSNESS. RECEIVER FOR OIL COMPANY.
between Nicaragua and Salvador,
uel E. Magill, at present American
'Bread" and BREAD
The Bread that Mother Used to Make was
never as good as that you buy from ns.
Special Attention paid to Shipping orders
PHONE MAIN 1341.
COR. 9TH & COMMERCIAL 8T.
j THE TRENTON
First-Class Liquors and Cigars
602 Gmmercfal Street.
Corner Commercial and J4th. Astoria, Oregon.
Brass Thief Does io,ooo Damage To Get
NEW YORK, June 20. Damage eti
mated at between (10.000 and (20,000
was done to a magnificent apartment
house, almost completed, at 107 West
Hiilh street, Manhattan, today by
Thomas Wagner, 19 years old, of 1090
Third avenue. Wagner went through
the unfinished building and wrenched
51 brass faucets from the walls on the
fourth and fifth floors. He took no
precautions to stop the flow of water,
which soon flooded practically every
floor in the building.
All the newly kalcomined ceilings
were broken and soaked; fine frescoes
and mural decomtions were ruined and
the polished woodwork warped.
The youth was arrested and taken to
the Harlem stntion. The fifty-one fau
cets would have sold for a few dollars.
Chester B. Rochester Has Been Appointed
Receiver For Waters-Pierce Co.
DALLAS, Texas, June 20.-A bill for
a receiver of the Waters-Pierce Oil Co.
was filed in the federal court yesterday,
at Sherman, by Bradley . Palmer, a
stockholder, Cheter K. Rochester, a
Sherman banker, was appointed receiv
er. There is now pending In the state
courts a decision," fining the Waters
Pierce Company more than (1,000,000.
STERNBERG TO LEAVE.
Ambassador To Be Recalled
BERLIN, June 20. It is reported in
official circles that Huron Speck von
Stemhurtf, fierman utnlmmcidor to the
United .States, will lie recalled from
Washington in the near future. There
is no political significance attached to
the ambassador's recall, ill-health being
assigned as the cause of Inn retirement,
ii in iuu niui jmron Jliimm von
Sehwarzen-tein, German ambassador at
IVkin, will succeed Baron von Stern
Willi UM). June 20.icori If. lfei.
bert, a professor of music, late of Walla
Wnlla, who was shot by C. H. Iteynolds,
proprietor or the baths at Second and
Washington streets, while in a jealous
rae over alleged attentions pnl, by
Herbert to the latter' wife, died at the
wood Samaritan Hospltnl shortly befor
10 o'clock this morning.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and CMldrei.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
LAST LAUNCH VICTIM FOUND.
HAMPTON', Va., June 20.-The body
of Midshipman Henry Clay Murflit, Jr.,
of Jackson, O., the last of the missing
midshipmen of the battleship Minne
sota's launch accident, was recovered in
Hampton Itoads today.
Cured Hemorrhage! of tha Langs
"Several yeara sines my lungs waif
so badly affected that I bad many hem'
orrhagea," writes A. M. Aka, of Wood,
Ind. "I took treatment with several
physicians without any benefit I then
started to take Foley's Hooey and Tar,
and my lungs are now as sound as a
bullet. I recommend It In advanced
stages of lung trouble." Foley, Honey
and Tar atop, tha cough and heal, thi
lungs, end prevent, serious result, from
a cold. Refuse substitute. T. F. Laur
in, Owl Drug Store.
i: The Todd
FRANK J. DONNERBERG
THE RELIABLE JEWELER
1 10 Eleventh St.
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A bad workman quarrel with hi tool, but avan good workman
quarrala with bad tools. No workman aver quamls with tool bought of
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Nor will h quarrel with us for having sold them to him.
Our reputation la mad by sal added to sal. No on aals will mak
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