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TllE MORNING ASTOIUAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
TUESDAY, JULY i, 1907.
Pnbliahed Daily Except Monday by
flk J. S. DELUSGKK tOMPAHY.
By mail, per year.....
tj carrier, par month.
4 mail, per year, in advance.
ntl b second-elan iutlr July
30,11. at the postofflce at Astoria, ur
ion, undet the aetofcongnM of March ts
DewiauM to either rwljwwe of po of
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UntrT ahoula beiaiMateteNportedtottie
TILIPSONl KAIB Mk
Ufflata! tprr of CiaUop eoontr and
the City of Astoria.
A FINE ATTRACTION.
this realm of our, but the man wlthl sltlp dry, When empty two antiquated
nd and pertinacity along with his shovel were bnnijjht to light. Rldieiiltis
wisdom, the man who hat the nerve ami must However, the Galena in ft new
courage to sail into things and people gui should aHrd lota ot enjoyment
and nut his doctrine in deliberate oncr- tin summer to trie iionuiiy crowds
atum is Uie man tn.it is in tlie tmnur
heart as well as iu their eye, political'
ly. The people are tired of the universal
ivalh and effect of graft, and what ot
relief is afforded them in profoundly ap- The Bilgham Stock Company nmde it
preciated, nor is h forgotten w ho makes I first appearance in Astoria lnt night to
that relief possible, governor Hughe I good siased audience. "The Village
comes nearer the standard set by the! yw was the plar presented, with Mr
President than any executive in pu . l.e IVrvival Brieham in the mime part. He
service in America today; and if the immediately won recognition an a elev
Xew Yorkers telieve in him, and want tr actor and hi funny saying kept
Mm. lie will be their nest governor, tnnti the audience laughing most of the time.
ta all there is to it, except that he andl
they are justitled completely in the pro
Western Oregon and Washing-
ton Fair and cooler except
" Francis Murphy, the famous temper
Mice lecturer, is dead, at Los Angeles.
For years too long to be remembered
by the majority of people today, this
man has gone about the work of saving
men and women from the self-wrought
curse of liquor. He is known from one
end of this country to the other and
pretty much over the world beside. He
was a devoted disciple of temperance
and a forceful and successful speaker
and organizer, and there are today
thousands of lodges and tens of thou
sands of individuals who bear testimony
to his splendid career. He never failed
to take personal interest in such cases
as were brought to him direct for ad
vice and encouraeement. and many a
man has this gentle and devoted friend
to thank for the resumption of the bet
ter an manlier phases of life; an he
will be happily and gratefully remem
bered all over the land, as one of the
sturdiest and truest of the exponents of
the gospel he preached. If ever man
won the blessing of beatified and eternal
rest, Francis Murphy is he.
HUGHES, THE R00SEVELTIAN.
Xew Yorkers are clamoring for the re
election of Hughes to the governorship
of that great conimonwealtn. and the
demand is not unexpected. Hughes has
shown tremendous force and character
and has compelled the respect of the
masses by a course wholesomely
Eoo-eveltiiin and particularly pleasing
to the graft-ndden people of the na
tional metropolis. It is such men a be
hold the confidence of the people, since
he not only knows how to protect them,
but does it and makes the people below
him do it. It is the wise and fearless
man that gets next and stays next.
There are myriads of wise men all over
The play tells the story of a young
country bov who works his wily through
college by working at a hotel. His
experiences at the hotel are most atiius
ROCKEFELLER, THE CONTEMPTIBLE I ing. He leaves the hotel, however, to go
to New York to search for his sister
John D. Rockefeller, the richest man! who has left him with a man who lie'
in America; the head of the gigantic oil! (rayed her. He is successful in bringing
business of the world; the vaunted re-1 her home and wins for himself the girl
ligionieti the man who deals out busi-lhe loves. MUs Dorothy Hrokate, thvt
nes aphorisms to the young men of thel leading lady, appeared to excellent ad
country, and pretends to be a patron I vantage last night and her scenes with
01 the institutions that stand for thel Mr. Brigham were interesting nd ar
education of the modern youth; the man I tistie. Mr. Frank Howe made a good
who of all others in the nation should I impression a the young gambler who
be exempt from the touch and signifi-l reforms, as did Mr. Maer, a the villain.
cance of the law; the arch.type of thel Mis Davenport, at the mother, and Mr.
business-christian. This man is sneaking! Royal as the hard-hearted landlord.
and hiding from the due processes of a Taking all in all, "The Village Fool" it
court hat is dealing with his business worth seeing and will help to popularise
and demanding to know how honest, orl the Brigham Stock Company in Astoria
dishonest, it is; that man is crawling! There will be two more performances of
from the sight of men and dare not I this play including a Thursday matinee,
walk into the tribunals of his state and! The company advertises change of
tell the world a word about the millions I play Thursday night
he has made and it making. Truly, the
I. .Cal-aaiaa A ) . .a . .
mendously on the self-confessed thief, AT THE WAIDnPF
1, has &A IslaJ IlillilVIIA
A WONDERFUL SHOW WHICH
SHOULD NOT BE MISSED AN
ENTIRE CHANGE OF BILL.
Lingerie Shirt Waists in all the late
shades and patterns, $1.25 to $4.50
who bv virtue of inspired statutes,
robbed until robbery is become hateful
and is passing under the ban at last.
What can the world think of a man
who takes this means to smother the
tricks ami the record of his trsde?
Does the man expert to die in seclusion ?
Does he think the courts will forget their
duty and pass him by, and leave the
fierce questions of his guilt and chican
ery unsolved! If he does his folly is
on a par with his bigger and grosser
sins, and he will find that the light of
day is yet to fathom the deep and
ioui secrets 01 nis ctut ana mat ne ana tv, vn . , i.,,,,!, no vo want
his are to bear the reprisals that are to Bmuwd, IX) wgut , m .
but delayed through such cowardice as rMn- .i ..i fnv ...t-rtalnmsnt ?
he is manifesting now. w . t) WftUor; ihoWi 1... K00ll,
it'a ftfti-er. nn.t tta vprv. virv liim.hiilil
GALENA ON SHOW. I -,., ,i.t ... fl;ai, v. imw what
some of these shows are! Dull, ttunid
New Entertainment on Beach the anj vuwr without being amusing, and
baiena Prove. Drawing Card. a lot of old sticks on the stake who
can neither act nor sins. Once in a
The old wreck of the Galena is now wl,iU vou strike something that's reallv
on show on the beach near Gearhart good ; "where there is both good singing
me crew wiucn na oeen empioyea in nd histronic ability. And THIS is the
stripping Her have all been discharged time when the two are combined. It is
but two men who remain on the wreck, seldom indeed that on a vaudeville tage
All the portable and loos stuff on the vou can lee such an excellent array o:
vessel bas been removed such as can- reallv cood thines. From the rise of the
vas, ancnors, gear ana so ionn. mere curtain till the fall it was a rare sue
only remain the hull and the bare poles, esthis new company which started
it is mienueu 10 nt up a restaurant on Ust n eht. The audience were iterally
the vessel and make the deck into a holding their sides wkh -laughter at the
nne uancing noor, men sne win oe one or , t. nn ,ch hesrty, spontaneous ami
the greatest attractions on the beach, unanimous amilause was never uiven in miss her turn. After ii Hadley Pern
That ntlpnA ha settle,! .mtn,l anil firml.. 1 t....:tl . ; ... 1 I,, ,n,1 TtrAt..,M mv. Mntitlit.i I'Hrv (ttv
... u 1 U tUllMUIiiie MUC ,U Kid .WVUIIB.SV II F."i.l,,, 'V a,. a-. ,
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nmuii irn irrnirrp m me sauu. luougni , ou go uuctf you li go ayaia. Jae JOKes er anil taitgname Keicn m mini 11 is
sue is waiemgnt ana aoes noi icbk. a r-e nni ,.cvrr-'!cro ! r...t a st.ile: narj 10 say In wnuii in rneir pmonn
great quantity of water got into her iti m on the Mil; and the iniit' Is in'ances they appear to the greatest ad-
hold last winter, and it was supposed I wrv instant away utMive the class! vantage. Both are so grotesquely hmiior
ous. itrottcn ana .Mnon are singing
and talking comedians of the very first
class. Thev were unfortunnlely delated
by the train hist night and their ap'
neariince was late In the evening. Hut
The conservative prices and excellent coods that the shoDoers find At our ntnro
t have brought many outside shoppers to U9 good treatment, the best that money 3
t can buy for the price, has always been our motto, and it pays. A word to the i
. . . . . - - - . . " ' ... - " w m
t late rourtu siioppers : ua the mam iioor ot tlie big store you will find excellent
t and real bargains. We call your attention to the Fourth's "present need" de.
fpartment, Shoes, Boys' Suits, Millinery and Suits. ; '
I" .' jT. .9
V.IW ' J'
The famout IUmiItonBrown:
American Lady $2.00
President Gent .....3.75
White ami Black Kid
Sandals for ladies and
Children 85c io $1.25
Ladies ... $1.50 to $1.85
Many kinds of Buster
Suits and others from
In the Millinery Department '
Your soecial attention is called to our Millinery Department. A new shipment of!
Late Trimmed Sailors has just been placed on exhibit. All shades of the popular 1
sailor, dainty and neat, the finishing touch to the well-dressed summer girl, from 1
75c to $1.75
Chic Suits for the Summer Girl
You will find a fine and complete line of lineu suits to choose from in greens, i
blues, and natural tans, from $1.50 to LW.
Eaton Suits at popular prices. In vari- i
Are you going away this summery Do you need a trunk, dress suit case or Va-
Use ? Trunks, $4.50 to $12.00 t suit cases, $4.00 to $10.00 leather and imitation t
vauses, io i.du
tliat at the-boUom of this were several UMiany heard at a vaudeville house,
good anchors and other more or lei- Manager Wise is to he congratulated on
vaiuaDie gear, in oraer io recover it a having been aide to secure such excel
donkey engine was brought alongside lent talent. And it is the created credit
and the water was pumped out It took to his energy and capacity to have been
aooui rour corns 01 wooa a aay mi run
the donkey and several days to get the
Fisher Bros. Company
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Barbour's and Finlayson's
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Astoria Savings Hank Building.
General Real Pstate, Investment and Trust Business
Property Cared for. Rentals and f j
F. NT. CLARK, Tret. J. A. LEE, Vice-Pres. O. L. FERRIS, Sec-Treaa.
First National Bank of Astoria. Orcis
MADAME ALEX MASAHOFF.
able to get such a company together.
Tlie opening act is by JX'ining and
Brogan assisted by Frank Barton and
others, and say I Vou should sec this.
It's called "Buncoed," and portrays in
the moHt humorous way, the adventures
of a rube (Mr. Deming), who comes to
town for shopping and runs up against
a lot of bunco stecrers, Mr. Deming is
great, and is the funniest and cleverest
rube imaginable. He just makes you
luugh right through, and the s,ly poke
he gives to the "pathetic" when he is
taken to the house of a supposedly dying
and poverty stricken woman, is immense.
Well sirl laugh! you should just have
seen that audience. It made you laugh
to look at them alone. Last night was
the first appearance at the Waldorf of
Miss Albert Hadley. Mlas Hadley is
described as a "character change artist,"
ond her representations are felicitous,
speedy, and very clever, you should not
worth waiting fort Well you'd say so.
Mr. Brotton is a black faced humor
ist is too good ever to lie missed. As
toria hus never seen anything so clever
ami acutely drole as his and Miss Ma
son's comic sketch. Don't miss this on
my account. Mr. Frank Barton is an
other black 'faced humorist of the best
kind; it is impossible to do him justice
in this short space. Whatever you do,
see him.. 01 all the wonderful voices
possessed by a woman Miss Virginia
Hayden undoubtedly lias the most uni
que. Blindfolded, you would swear she
was a man, and yet if she chooses she
can troll forth as sweetly as the most
entrancing soprano. Though mentioned
Inst, of a marvelous program, Miss Al
exandra Miirahoff, the Russian lady, is
perhaps the sweetest, singer of all. Her
reputation it however world-wide and
needs no extolling here. There are
others, (Jo and see theml
T. Q. A- BOWLBY, Prwident.
O, I. PETERSON, Vice-President
HANK PATTON, Cashier.
J. W. GARNER, Assistant Caahlar.
Astoria Savings Bank
Capital Paldln tlOOJWi Burpma and Undivided Front. 106,0001
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Installed and j Kept in Repair
IN BUSINESS FOR BUSINESS AND YOUR SATISFACTION.
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