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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1907)
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1907.
Our ioliday Suggestions
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, A STOMA, OREGON.
New line of fancy silk front shirts
$1.25 and $1.50
Shirts and Collars
H : Nifty lines of Cluet, Interstate
and Monarch shirts
$1.00 $1.25 $1.50
A new line of 4-in-hand check
ties. Our regular line, largest
and best in town.
A swell line of pearl grays and
25c and 50 c
Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothes Shop
The Leader in Nobby Clothes
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A new and swell line of. Sterling t
53.00 ': ;
Pan am n$.. ......!...... $5. 00 to $10.00
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Japenese silk and cashmere.
Summer weights. ?'
$2.60 per suit ;
The Hart, Schaffner and Marx
"ready" clothes have been noted
for many years for the general
and detailed individuality of
broad, athletic shoulders, perfect
fitting collar, synietrical lapels. '
We want you to examine these
faultless models of the tailor's
art and look carefully at every
line of drape, then it will be easy
for you to discern where and why
Hart, Schaffner and Marx is so
superior to all others.
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TRIAL OF BOWLSBY
15 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE GOOD
MAN'S COUBT TWO WITNESSES
FROM THE STEAMER ARE EX
9 PERSONAL MENTION. 4
In the justice court yesterday morning
two of tbe witnesses in the Jennings'
murder case were examined. Deputy
Frosecuting Attorney McCue represented
the prosecution whilst the defense wa in
the bands of Frederick D. Winton.
Captain OIon of the steamer Alliance
lras the first witness to take the stand
and substantially be repeated his evi
dence given before the coroner. He
told of taking the gun from Bowlsby and
repeated the conversation he bad with
him. After Captain Oleson came Fred
Thurston the winebman and oiler aboard
the Alliance. His evidence also was !
similar to that, which lie gave at the
inquest. He saw the man Jennings fall
when be was bit, and alo saw Bowlsby
after tbe shooting. The Alliance was
held for an hour on her outward trip
yesterday in order that these two men's
evidence might be taken. After they
had been examined the steamer pulled
out and the trial was adjourned till her
return. It will then be resumed and
other witnesses will be examined. Bowls
by in the meantime is held in the county
jail. In a talk with Justice of the
Peace Goodman he expressed himself as
of the opinion that the breakers up of
homes should meet with severe punishment-,
but be said in this case he would
be guided entirely by Providence, and
that without prejudice, he should so
deal with the ease as he felt directed by
the supreme power.
WHY NOT TRAVEL
Why not go East while the rates are
low. Cheaper to travel than to remain
at borne. A trip via tbe Canadian Pa
cific can he made with comfort and
safety. Xo dust across tbe continent.
Some at One-Half
Some at One-Third
Some at One-Fourth
Off Regular Prices f
Our great annual summer clearance sale commences today. The balance
of all our stocks of summer goods has been marked down to good-by
SPECIAL VALUES IN MILLINERY
SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' TAILORED SUITS ; ,. , , ,
; SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES' SILK SUITS '
v 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 goes at a special price from 33 to 50 per cent off. its original
; value. Nothing reserved. Buy now and save money. Everything
in the store is new and up-to-date.
H. M. Welch of Detroit, Alien, was in
E. L. Hart of Portland is visitor
Harry Wolf of Seattle came in on the
late train Jast night.
Victor Staadecker of Seattle registered
at the Occident last night.
O. K. Mark of Oakland, Cal., Is
visitor in Astoria.
Frank Reisher anil wife of Eugene are-
staying in the city.
Lewis Russell of Portland is a guest
at the Occident.
Mr. and Mr. G. II. Hard, of Tillamook
were visitors in Astoria yesterday.
Mrs. H. W. Usher of Vancouver, B. C,
was registered at the Sft'rwj n yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Badger of Toledo,
Wash., are registered at the Parker
House. , '
The Rev. C. L Corey and his sister
from Bay City, are stopping at the
O. B. Blessing, local agent of tbe K
Line, goes to Portland today but will
return in the evening.
Mr. O. E. Pain hag recovered from
his attack of measles and will be back
at his old post on Monday.
Jim Scully, brother of Dell Scully, ar
rived in Astoria today from Minneapolis.
Dell has not seen his brother for ten
C. L. Creey of Salem, a student from
j the Willamette University, is in the
city and will leave for Bay City on the
Elmore this morning.
Rev. C. L. Owen, pastor of the Bap
tist Church, has located on fifll Irving
avenue, corner Fifteenth, in the "house
fomnerly occupied by Rev. O. E. Moore
G. H. Ward and wife of Tillamook are
irt the city and will leave for home on
the Elmore this morning. They have
just recently been married and have been
enjoying their honeymoon in the Wil
lu'mctte Valley. : i " ' '
j I'ineult-s are for the Kidneys and Blad
der. ,,They bring quick relief to back-
actio, rheumatism, liimlinio. tired worn
flout feeling. They produce natural ae
. II . I'l rtv .1 ( i i A
i lion 01 me Kiuney, w uuys ireaimeni
It I'm MVmflir refunded if flneulon are
'not satisfactory. Sold by Frank Hart's
J drug store. ;,
stenographers at A.
R. Cyrus, 424
To rent, three or four furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Address Y, Astorlan.
We have a clii-nt who wants to buy
about 250 acres of logged off lanj. Any
one having any such land please let us
know. Columbia Trust Company.
Panama, bata cleaned and blocked.
Leave them with Dell Bkully.
Subscribe for the Dally or Weekly
Aatorlan and fet a Orsphophone on
small weekly payments. Call on A. It
Cyrus, 424 Commercial street for par
The Wot Astoria baseball team will ! comfort, by
ive a dunce in I'ppcrtown Hull Satur
day evening, June 20th. Everybody In
The Canadian Pacific excursion will be
on again July 3rd, 4th and 5th. Very
low round-trip rates to St. Paul, Chicago,
St. Louis, and other Eastern points, with
long time limits and stopovers both go
ing and returning. Double daily train
service, superb equipment, dining and
sleeping car service unexcelled. For full
particulars call on or address F. R.
Johnson, G. A. P. D., 142 Third strett,
The Waldorf Theater.
The program which Manager Wise
has prepared for his patrons this week
is way and above anything that has
ever been seen in Astoria for the un
heard of price of 10 cents. The bill In
cludes almost any kind of an act that
a theater goer could wish for, all In
one performance, Miss Virginia Hayden
and her magnificent .baritone voice
causes her listeners to wonder where
all the melody comes from, nothing of
the sort has ever been witnessed in
Astoria and' Manager Wie can consider
himself very fortunate to secure one of
the few female baritones in the coun
try. She is ably seconded by Miss
Helen Bushnell and Miss Alexandria
Marakoff, the Russian balladist., The
two teams, Deming and Brogan, and
Norwood and Norwool, each team does
different stunt and they are both good,
If a man know anything of hi awn
anatomy he must be aware that bis
stomach la a magnificent organ and
entitles! to the utmost consideration;
knowing that he will eat at the Palac
when he can conserve Ita safety and
eating only the best
cooked, beat aerved and moat com pen
sating meal In the city of Astoria,
day, ornlght, It la always the same,
and the Palace habit tf one that pays
to acquire. Arthur Smith la a mas
ter of the art of preparation and ser
vice, of all thlnga edible.
Rug filler and bird cages now
HUdebrand A Oor.
The secret of making good ploturee
Is In having the beat materials to
work with. Hart's drug store have
Just received a fresh supply of fllma
and film-packs, so get In the game
and do It right
Fee The Little Ppf.
Every parent In this city should In
vestigate, at once, the new and ap
preciable shoe for the youngsters, al
Charles V. Brown's Commercial street
house. They are called the "K. C
Souffer" and are the very epitome of
good wear and real comfort They
are tolng like wlld-fra and the klda
themselves are aftar them because
they look to "comfy."
Column and Victor graphopbonea
and latest records at 454 Commercial
street. A. It. Cyrus, tf.
Dr. J. A. Fulton baa moved bit offwj
from the Star theater building to Has
new Astoria Savings Bank building, Ird
floor, where he will be found from now
Dr. 0. B. Estea has moved bis offtoes
from 48o Commercial street to the Daw
Astoria Savings Bank building, 3rd
floor, where he will be found from bow
We don't care if you are skeptical; we
dont care if you have no confidence. It
nukes no difference to us. Holllstef
Rocky Mountain Tea will do the work
or no paythat's fair. 39 cents, Frank
High Grade Groceries
tr Morning Astorlan, $0 cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
Most people want Quality as well as
Prices, You can buy at our store, at tbe
Lowest Prices; all kinds of; Grocer
ies, also get the Quality. ?
, 521 (Commercial Street .
Phone Main ft8l